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BBC NOW: Brahms 1

Mendelssohn's Italianate piano concerto will sweeten the tone before the marvellous statement that is Brahms' first symphony, which signalled the composer's escape from the shadows of Beethoven.

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9 Mar 2018
7.30PM.
Brangwyn Hall

Antonín Dvořák
The Golden Spinning Wheel

Felix Mendelssohn
Piano Concerto No 1 in G minor

Johannes Brahms
Symphony No 1 in C minor

BBC National Orchestra of Wales

Thomas Søndergård - Conductor
Stephen Hough - Piano

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Tickets: £15-£20

Dvorak wrote five symphonic poems in his final chapter, four of them based on gruesome fairy tales by Karl Erben. The Golden Spinning Wheel is a great example of the composer's attention to bloodcurdling detail, with almost every bar relating to the original story.

Mendelssohn's Italianate piano concerto will sweeten the tone before the marvellous statement that is Brahms' first symphony, which signalled the composer's escape from the shadows of Beethoven.

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Tickets: £15-£20
Concessions, Student Tickets and Family Tickets available.

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