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Post concert talks

Post-concert Q&A

If you've ever left a concert wanting to learn more, this is your chance to ask!

Head round to Music Room, grab a drink from the bar, and join conductors and soloists in an informal question and answer session, starting approximately 15 minutes after the end of the concert.

Post-Concert Question Times are free to all concert ticket holders and last approximately 30 minutes.

The 'Related Events' section below contains details of all the concerts with a post-concert question and answer.

Related events

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    Vaughan Williams' Fifth Symphony

    Music by Elgar, Szymanowski, and Vaughan Williams, conducted by Andrew Manze with violinist Sebastian Bohren.

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    Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto

    Music by Mihkel Kerem, Tchaikovsky, and Sibelius, conducted by Emilia Hoving with violinist Henning Kraggerud.

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    Domingo Hindoyan's Bruckner

    Music from Bruch and Bruckner, conducted by Domingo Hindoyan with Timothy Chooi.

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    The Divine Poem

    Music by Bernd Richard Deutsch, Strauss and Scriabin, conducted by Vasily Petrenko with soprano Adela Zaharia

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    Sixteen Swans

    Music by Strauss, Tchaikovsky and Sibelius, conducted by Roderick Cox with pianist Inon Barnatan