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18th February 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Concert No 6
(in subscription package)
Conductor Jakub HruÅ¡a
Soloist Piotr Anderszewski, Piano
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 1 35′
Mahler Symphony No 5 68′
Traversing Classical to Romantic, this programme juxtaposes the lyrical sweep and exhilarating energy of
Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto with the gripping drama of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony. Built over five movements, its emotional journey from darkness to light encompasses a funeral march, a wild Scherzo and a ravishing Adagietto subsequently made famous for its use in Visconti’s film Death in Venice. Its life affirming finale is one of the most glorious movements in all Mahler.
|Standard Price||£10.00 | £15.50 | £20.00 | £27.50 | £34.00 | £41.00|
|Children Under 16 (Tickets offered subject to availability)||FREE with every full price paying adult. Additional child’s ticket – £5.00 each|
|Platinum Tickets (including prime seat in Tier 1, a glass of champagne and a programme. NB Only applicable on top price ticket)||£49.50|
|Friends of St David’s Hall | Claimants||£2.00 off full price ticket|
|Students (up until 6.00pm on the day of the performance)
Student ID must be produced on collection of tickets.
|Disabled people plus one companion||Half price|
|Wheelchair users plus one companion||£10.00 each|
*Please note, concessions not available on Platinum or introductory tickets.
**Only one discount may apply to each ticket and proof of entitlement is required upon ticket collection.BOOK Philharmonia Orchestra