Kirill Karabits is standing sideways. He is wearing a white shirt

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

International Concert Series Thu 20 Feb 2020, 7:45pm The Anvil

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Tickets:

£42, £38, £31, £24, £16. Under 25s £11 (includes £3 booking fee). Over 65s and Platinum Friends standby tickets available on the day

Group bookings

Buy 12 full price tickets and get the 13th free

Groups of 20+ booking in price band areas £42, £38 and £31, get discounted down to next price band and get one free leader

Schools tickets

F/t students £11 (includes £3 booking fee), plus one free teacher for every 10 students

Talk

The Forge / 6.30pm
Pre-Show Talk: Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

Programme

Haydn
Symphony no. 102
Mendelssohn
Piano Concerto no. 1
Schumann
Introduction and Concert Allegro
Schubert
Symphony no. 5

Performers and Cast

Jeremy Denk
piano
Kirill Karabits
conductor

Symphony no. 102, written for Haydn’s second visit to London, is one of the finest of all his symphonies. Its four movements include a deeply felt adagio and a high-spirited finale based on a Croatian folk tune. Mendelssohn’s piano concerto shows many of his strengths, as a dramatic first movement gives way to a lyrical and tender slow section. The finale is a tour de force of elegant, fleet-fingered virtuosity. Schumann’s dramatic piece for piano and orchestra has all the virtues of his more famous Piano Concerto. Schubert’s symphony is one of the most melodic and genial pieces that he ever wrote. The four movements are perfectly proportioned and full of delightful music.

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Reviews

An artist you want to hear no matter what he performs
New York Times on Jeremy Denk

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