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Inextinguishable
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Inextinguishable

Edmund Finnis Acts of Waves (World premiere, co-commission with Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra)
Mozart Piano Concerto No.20
Nielsen Symphony No.4 ‘Inextinguishable’

Domingo Hindoyan conductor
Kit Armstrong piano

For Carl Nielsen, music wasn’t just a matter of life and death – it was more important than that. “Music is life” he declared “and like it, inextinguishable”, and his explosive Fourth Symphony is one of those pieces that grabs you and doesn’t let go. Domingo Hindoyan won’t hold back – but there’ll be plenty of elegance (and eloquence) when pianist Kit Armstrong brings all his flair to Mozart’s 20th Concerto (think Amadeus), and in the fascinating new soundworld of British composer Edmund Finnis: another Liverpool ‘first’.


  • Thu 3 Mar 7:30pm £48/£42/£36/£29/£19/£8

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