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The Lark Ascending

Please note that this concert has been cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis.

Kodály Dances of Galánta
Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending
Ravel Tzigane
Bartók Concerto for Orchestra

Domingo Hindoyan conductor
Tasmin Little violin

When composers respond to the sights and sounds of their homeland, we see their innermost memories revealed. Kodaly remembers the town where he grew up and its famous folk band and Bartók pours his exiled Hungarian soul into a virtuosic piece for orchestra. Meanwhile, Tasmin Little, in her farewell performance in Liverpool, brings fire and passion to Ravel – inspired by a gypsy violinist and his Basque heritage. And Vaughan Williams....well, enchanted by George Meredith’s poem about the skylark’s song, he gives us a vision of an idyllic English countryside.

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