Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Mozart's Clarinet Concerto
- Overture, Béatrice et Bénédict
- Clarinet Concerto
- Symphony No.5
- Nicholas Collon
- Benjamin Mellefont
Post-concert Question Time (Thursday 13 October) - starts 15 minutes after the concert in the Music Room
Join conductor Nicholas Collon and Principal Clarinet Benjamin Mellefont, in the Music Room after the concert.
Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony isn’t just a matter of life and death – it’s more important than that. Written as an answer to Stalin at a time when one wrong note would have landed Shostakovich in the Gulag, it’s one of 20th-century music’s true epics, told in music of raw feeling.
It’ll make a powerful Liverpool debut for one of the UK’s most talked-about young conductors – and a striking contrast to Mozart’s beloved Clarinet Concerto, played by our own Principal Clarinet Benjamin Mellefont. Berlioz’s comedy overture kicks things off with a wink.
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