Beethoven’s ‘Pastoral’ Symphony
Coleridge-Taylor Ballade for Orchestra
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.2
Beethoven Symphony No.6, ‘Pastoral’
Kevin John Edusei Conductor
Roman Kosyakov Piano
Experience the emotional power of music as conductor Kevin John Edusei and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra bring to life well-loved orchestral classics alongside a lesser-known gem. Coleridge-Taylor showed an early affinity for music and the melodic Ballade for Orchestra announced his composing career in style, receiving its premiere at the Three Choirs Festival following a recommendation by Sir Edward Elgar.
Roman Kosyakov, winner of the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition, puts his own stamp on Rachmaninov’s passionate Piano Concerto No.2 before the Orchestra embraces Beethoven’s expansive ‘Pastoral’ Symphony, inspired by his love of nature.
This concert is kindly supported by Fairlight Arts Trust.
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