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Sheku’s Dvorak

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Sheku’s Dvorak

General sale: Monday 3 August 10am

Subscriptions (5+ performances purchased together) are on sale from Wednesday 6 May. Click here for more information. Please be aware that tickets for this event will now go on sale on Monday 3 August, instead of the previously advertised Monday 15 June.

Grieg Peer Gynt: excerpts
Dvořák Cello Concerto
Grieg In Autumn
Sibelius Symphony No.7

Andrew Manze conductor
Sheku Kanneh-Mason cello

Scandinavian style: it’s all about clean lines, unspoiled nature, and that cosy, familiar glow they call ‘hygge’. In today’s concert, Sibelius provides the clarity, and Grieg’s Peer Gynt provides the hygge – because from the radiant Morning to the manic Hall of the Mountain King these are tunes that everyone knows. Needing no introduction to our audience, Sheku Kanneh- Mason brings us Dvořák’s nostalgic cello concerto to make this an afternoon to remember.


  • Sun 17 Jan 2021 2:30pm £47/£37/£28/£24/£15

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