Brahms’s Fourth Symphony – cancelled


Wednesday 11th November 2020 - Sunday 15th November 2020

The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Tickets from £14.50 (including booking fees)

Due to the current situation on Coronavirus, and in the light of Government’s advice given, we have decided to cancel this event.

Read a letter by our Chief Executive, John Summers about the 2020-21 season here.

Wednesday 11 November 2020 - 2.15pm
Thursday 12 November 2020 - 7.30pm
Sunday 15 November 2020 - 4pm

Approximate running time - 120 minutes

Wagner - Overture: Tannhäuser
Mozart - Flute Concerto No.1, K.313
Brahms - Symphony No.4

Kahchun Wong

Amy Yule, flute

Two further exciting Hallé debuts. Kahchun Wong won the 2016 International Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition, while the Hallé’s own Amy Yule is making her first concerto appearance with the orchestra. She plays Mozart’s first flute concerto, which combines Classical elegance with nimble virtuosity. Wagner’s ‘Great Romantic Opera’, Tannhäuser, explores the tensions between love, sacred and profane, personified by the music of the Pilgrims and the Venusberg, citadel of the goddess. Brahms’s last symphony, his fourth, demonstrates a master wholly in command of his craft. The music critic Eduard Hanslick, commented: ‘It is rather like a deep well, the longer we look into it, the more brightly the stars shine back.’

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