Yeol Eum Son stood in front of a piano with her arms crossed, wearing a black outfit and smiling at the camera

Vienna Tonkünstler Orchestra

International Concert Series Wed 12 Mar 2025, 7:30pm The Anvil



£45, £40, £34, £25, £17. Under 25s and f/t students £12 (includes £4 booking fee)

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Schools tickets

£12 per student, one free teacher per 10 pupils (includes £4 booking fee)


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Symphony no. 7
Piano Concerto no. 21
Symphony no. 1

Performers and Cast

Yeol Eum Son
Yutaka Sado

Sibelius' last symphony absorbs the traditional four movements into a single, fascinating arch of music. Each section grows out of the previous one, developing the musical material to make a truly organic whole.

Mozart's most familiar piano concerto begins with a stealthy march which develops in many directions. The heart of the work is the slow movement of great beauty, and it ends with a riotous, comic-opera finale.

Brahms' titanic First Symphony took him years to write, but the result of his struggle is one of his most dramatic and fulfilling works.

Explore the music


A captivating performance... exemplary
Vancouver Sun (on Yeol Eum Son)

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