Karl-Heinz Steffens - Conductor
Christian Tetzlaff - Violin
Brahms' Fourth Symphony begins with a sigh and ends with a tempest.
He never wrote another, but he wasn't going gently into the night, and this epic masterpiece is a passionate complement to the Nordic fire and ice of Sibelius' Violin Concerto - played today by one of its finest living interpreters. But first, Sibelius' dark swan sings an otherworldly lament...
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra is the flagship of musical life in Birmingham and the West Midlands - and one of the world's great orchestras. Based in Symphony Hall, it gives over 130 concerts each year in Birmingham, the UK and around the world, playing music that ranges from classics to contemporary, film music and even disco. At its centre is a team of 90 superb professional musicians, and a 95-year tradition of making the world's greatest music.cbso.co.uk
Symphony Hall opened in 1991 to public and critical acclaim. With its world class acoustics and stunning auditorium it is considered to be the UK's finest concert hall and one of the best in the world. Symphony Hall presents prestigious international orchestras and is also home to the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Complementing the classical programme is the best in jazz, world music, folk, rock, pop and stand-up comedy.www.thsh.co.uk/
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City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Date: 24 Feb Time: 15:00