Mahler’s Fourth Symphony – cancelled

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Wednesday 21st October 2020 - Sunday 25th October 2020

The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Tickets from £14.50 (including booking fees)

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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 21 October 2020 - 2.15pm
Thursday 22 October 2020 - 7.30pm
Sunday 25 October 2020 - 4pm

Approximate running time - 120 minutes

Weber - Overture: Oberon
Orchestral Songs by Grieg and Sibelius
Mahler - Symphony No.4

Conductor
Sir Mark Elder

Featuring:
Elizabeth Watts, soprano

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

Sir Mark conducts Weber’s overture to his final opera, Oberon, the scene set with the rising notes of the Elfl King’s magic horn. Elizabeth Watts, a firm favourite with the Hallé, sings a group of Nordic songs, including Grieg’s famous Solveig’s Song from Peer Gynt. Supernatural horns return in Mahler’s Fourth Symphony inspired by the collection of German folk poems, Des Knaben Wunderhorn (The boy’s magic horn). The symphony includes an extraordinary Scherzo, with a skeletal violinist leading a macabre dance of death, as well as an incandescent Adagio which leads to the magical Finale where the soprano evokes a child’s vision of Heaven.

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