Angela Hewitt at the piano

Concerto Budapest Symphony Orchestra

International Concert Series Wed 8 Jun 2022, 7:45pm The Anvil

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Concerto for Orchestra
Piano Concerto no. 23
Symphony no. 5

Performers and Cast

Angela Hewitt
András Keller

One of Hungary’s leading orchestras comes to The Anvil for the first time.

Perhaps the composer’s most approachable work, Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra is filled with musical colour and bursting with ideas, building steadily through its five movements to an exultant conclusion. Mozart’s piano concerto was one of three he composed while working on The Marriage of Figaro. Its limpid scoring and deeply poetic slow movement, which takes the lilting form of a sicilana, give it an atmosphere unique among his many concertos. Beethoven’s fifth symphony, from the most famous opening in music, builds steadily through its four movements from dramatic struggle to a blazing, triumphant conclusion.

Join us for a free pre-concert talk to discover more about the pieces being performed.

Cast & Creatives


Hewitt’s playing radiates joy, wit and profound understanding
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