The Lark Ascending

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Saturday 19th February 2022

The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Tickets from £16.50. Under 30s discount available. All inclusive of booking fees

Saturday 19 February 2022 - 7.30pm

Tuning Up - 6.30pm
Conductor Ben Palmer and tonight’s soloist, Kristine Balanas in conversation. - Free to concert ticket holders

Beethoven - Symphony No.6, Awakening of happy feelings upon arrival in the countryside
Lili Boulanger orch. Ben Palmer - D'un matin de printemps
Beethoven - Symphony No.6, Scene by the brook
Vaughan Williams - The Lark Ascending
Vaughan Williams - The Wasps: Overture
(Suitable for Model Music Curriculum Y1)
Vivaldi - The Four Seasons: Spring
Beethoven - Symphony No.6, Peasants' merry-making; Thunderstorm; Shepherds' song, happiness and thanksgiving after the storm
(Suitable for Model Music Curriculum Y2, 4, 7, 8)

Conductor
Ben Palmer

Featuring:
Kristine Balanas, violin

The Lark Ascending: from dawn to dusk on a spring day.

The natural world has inspired many composers, from Beethoven to Vivaldi. Ben Palmer and the Hallé will take you on a unique journey through a spring day in the country, using a collection of much-loved pastoral-themed masterpieces including works that showcase the talent of the award-winning Latvian violinist, Kristine Balanas. Opening with the first movement of Beethoven’s Sixth Symphony, the outing meanders through a spring morning, past a brook, listening to one very famous lark, a swarm of wasps and a peasants’ dance before culminating in a spring storm and the happiness after it has past.

Ticket Information >>

The Bridgewater Hall applies booking fee of £2.50 per ticket to telephone and online transactions. No fee applies to tickets bought in person or purchased as part of a fixed or flexible subscription.

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