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BBC SSO Mendelssohn's ‘Italian’ Symphony

  • City Halls

    Candleriggs
    G1
    Glasgow (map)

    55.858242 -4.245748

  • Meet in the bar area (First floor) from 13:00
  • Programme

    Mendelssohn: Symphony No.4 ‘Italian’ (c.38 mins)

    Mahler (arr. Britten): What the Wild Flowers Tell Me (c.11 mins) 

    Britten: Lachrymae* (c.15 mins)

    Rossini: Overture: The Italian Girl in Algiers (c.10 mins)

    Mendelssohn: Overture: Ruy Blas (c.7 mins)

    Summer warmth for a winter’s afternoon: Mendelssohn’s grand guignol overture rings up the curtain on an concert of brightness, shadow, and pure, heartfelt song. Mahler’s delicate intermezzo leads gently into Britten’s tear-stained tribute to the music of the Tudor era; emotion quietly stripped bare, and performed here by the exceptional young French viola player and former BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist Lise Berthaud. And then, an explosion of sunshine, as the rising British conductor Alpesh Chauhan dishes up first Rossini’s piquant comedy overture, followed by Mendelssohn’s most uninhibited symphony. “The BBC SSO has a real find on its hands” wrote The Herald of Chauhan’s Glasgow debut in 2015. 

    http://www.glasgowconcerthalls.com/Pages/EventDetail.aspx?EventId=e5e53584-e8ab-4dc4-9e04-a5b8010133c7

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  • Shiz M.

    Hi, just in case anyone hasn't booked their tickets. Please make sure you have a ticket in advance, see the website for info.
    This concert is unreserved seating so arriving in good time so we can get good seats would be highly appreciated. Look forward to seeing you all in December!

    1 · October 22

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