Thursday 17th June 2021 - Thursday 17th June 2021
The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Tickets £29.50, £25.50 and £18.50 (including box office charges). Concessions save 10%. Anyone in full-time education £5 (including box office charges). Please note, sales close for this event on Monday 14 June.Book Now
Matinee performance - Thursday 17 June 2021 - 2.15pm
Evening performance - Thursday 17 June 2021 - 7pm
Book a subscription for all 6 concerts
There are a number of special arrangements in place to ensure your safety and wellbeing. You can find the details here.
Each concert will last around 65 to 75 minutes and will not have an interval
Wagner - Siegfried Idyll
Osvaldo Golijov - Last Round
Beethoven - Symphony No.7
Making a welcome return to the Hallé, Tabita Berglund is an outstanding young Norwegian conductor with a growing international reputation. The concert opens with the Siegfried Idyll, Wagner’s gift to his wife Cosima, named after their son. First performed on Christmas Day 1870 as a birthday surprise, the Idyll’s tender music enshrines their love. Playing trumpet in that memorable premiere was the Hallé’s future Music Director, Hans Richter.
Osvaldo Golijov’s Last Round epitomises the description of his music in The New Yorker as having ‘rhythms that rock the body into motion and melodies that linger in the mind’. He conceived it as a sublimated tango dance, in revered memory of fellow Argentinian, Astor Piazzolla, ‘the last great Tango composer’.
It was Wagner who described Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony as ‘the apotheosis of the dance’ with its ‘Bacchanalian power’. Overall, it’s an explosion of energy, through the dynamic of rhythm reimagined in a ground-breaking way.
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Ticket prices include The Bridgewater Hall £2.50 ticket charge. The number of available seats has been greatly reduced from the Hall’s usual capacity due to social distancing, so you are advised to book as quickly as possible. Ticket sales for individual concerts will close the Monday before each event.
Concessionary tickets (saving 10%) are available for individual concerts for senior citizens, those in receipt of government benefits and NHS workers.
Anyone in full-time education can buy individual tickets for £5 (including box office charges). You can buy these concessionary tickets (subject to availability)
at any time after booking opens, up to the Monday before each concert.
If you book subscription packages for all six concerts (either at 2.15pm or 7pm), you will receive a discount of 10%, and there will be no ticket charges. This means you can buy all six concerts for only £145.80, £124.20 or £86.40. The Bridgewater Hall £2.50 ticket charge is not levied on subscription bookings.
Please note that to enter the Hall, everyone requires a printed ticket. Your tickets will have entry times on them, to allow for minimum contact within the hall. In
order that there is time to post tickets out, sales for individual concerts will close the Monday before each event. Again, to avoid delays we encourage you to book as soon as possible. Subscription tickets will be sent out all together, covering the whole season.
Patrons should note the measures in place for admission to The Bridgewater Hall. Please visit here for details.