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Anu Tali conducts Sibelius

Thursday 7 October 2021, 7.30pm
Reading The Hexagon

Liszt Hamlet
Mozart Violin Concerto No.3
Sibelius Symphony No.2

Anu Tali Conductor
Barnabás Kelemen Violin

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Described by the Herald Tribune as ‘charismatic, brilliant [and] energetic’, conductor Anu Tali makes a welcome return to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for a programme that explores vibrant soundworlds. Sibelius’ Symphony No.2 conjures images of rugged, icy Nordic landscapes but is also full of optimism, with a series of short motifs that grow and develop towards a triumphant conclusion, interpreted by many as an unrelenting call for his country’s independence.

Liszt’s Hamlet weaves together drama and tragedy in a symphonic poem that depicts the Shakespearean hero, before award-winning Hungarian soloist Barnabás Kelemen performs Mozart’s Violin Concerto No.3.

This concert is part of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s 75th Anniversary Season. Passion, versatility and uncompromising artistic standards, as well as a belief that music is a gift that can bring people together and inspire positive change, have been RPO hallmarks for the past 75 years. As we embark on the next exciting chapter, the RPO invites you to join the journey and share the thrill of live orchestral music.

The safety of our audiences is of paramount importance. Government guidelines and safety measures are followed at all the venues in which the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra performs to ensure that you are able to enjoy the performance in a safe, comfortable environment. Find out more about venue guidance and safety measures below.

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Ticket information

£28, £24, £17

(not available on Price Band A seats)
Under 18s: £6
Students (18-25 year olds or NUS card holders of any age): £10
Schools: £6 plus 1 in 10 free
Groups of 10+: 15% off**
Groups of 20+: 20% off**

**Full price tickets only, not available online. Please call the Group Booker on 0118 937 2011 to book.

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