MOZART The Magic Flute Overture
TCHAIKOVSKY Eugene Onegin: Polonaise
BRUCH Violin Concerto No.1
MENDELSSOHN Symphony No.3, 'Scottish'
Grzegorz Nowak Conductor
Tamsin Waley-Cohen Violin
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Under the direction of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s Permanent Associate Conductor Grzegorz Nowak, the Orchestra returns to Folkestone to perform a selection of classics from some of the great composers, including the Overture to Mozart’s The Magic Flute opera and Tchaikovsky’s Polonaise from Eugene Onegin.
Joining the Orchestra for the fiendish Bruch Violin Concerto will be a violinist of 'fearless intensity' (The Guardian), Tamsin Waley-Cohen. The epitome of Romanticism, this piece opens with an impassioned flourish for the solo violin and continues with a dramatic theme. Closing the concert is Mendelssohn’s Third Symphony, inspired by his visit to Scotland, and evoking the wildness of the Highlands with the spirit of the Romantic Movement.
Challenge, Emotion and Expression: Tamsin Waley-Cohen discusses life as a musician
We took the chance to ask Tamsin Waley-Cohen a few questions about her journey as a musician and life as a professional solo artist.
Tickets: £33.50, £30, £25, £18, £11. Students/ Under 16s: £10
Group discounts available
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