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All American
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

All American

Joan Tower Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman
Amy Beach Symphony No.2 ‘Gaelic’
Gershwin Variations on ‘I Got Rhythm’ for piano and orchestra
Bernstein Three Episodes from ‘On The Town’
Gershwin Catfish Row from Porgy and Bess Suite

Sarah Hicks conductor
Ian Buckle piano

America: the land of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Cracking tunes too – whether the toe-tapping rhythms of George Gershwin’s jazz-age Manhattan, the southern heat of Catfish Row, or the supercharged urban energy of Leonard Bernstein, footloose and on the town. But our American guest conductor Sarah Hicks knows that there’s another side to every story, and today she introduces the colourful Gaelic Symphony by the 19th-century Boston composer Amy Beach: stirring sounds, from a very uncommon woman indeed.

In memory of Richard & Diana Morris.

This performance is made possible by a grant from the Association of British Orchestra’s Sirens programme, whose aim is to advance and promote the understanding of music by women.

  • Thu 24 Mar 7:30pm £48/£42/£36/£29/£19

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