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Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra


Bartók Suite, The Wooden Prince (30')
Dohnányi Variations on a Nursery Song (25')
INTERVAL - (20')
Dvořák Slavonic Dance op. 72 no.2 (06')
Dvořák Symphony No.9, 'New World' (40')

Domingo Hindoyan conductor
Isata Kanneh-Mason piano
Dvorak's Slavonic Dance will be performed in tribute to Libor Pešek KBE. Libor was Principal Conductor and Music Director of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra from 1987 until 1997. 

The orchestra thunders, the skies turn black…and then things start to get silly. Really silly. Dohnányi’s Variations on a Nursery Song is one of music’s all-time comedy classics, and although we don’t want to give away the punchline, it’s no secret that Isata Kanneh-Mason has created quite a buzz here in recent seasons. This is going to be fun, and with Domingo Hindoyan conducting Bartók’s rarely heard The Wooden Prince with huge orchestral forces, and finally Dvořák’s New World symphony – you’re going to be spoiled for good tunes.

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