classical music

Legends of the North

Part of Classical Season 2018/19

High above the Atlantic breakers, the clifftop castle of Tintagel is the stuff of legend, and when Arnold Bax saw it he let his imagination soar.

Tonight’s concert begins with some of the most passionately romantic music ever written by a British composer.

It ends with Jean Sibelius gazing at a flight of swans in the sunset: the inspiration for his Fifth Symphony, and one of the simplest – but greatest – melodies ever written for orchestra.

Finnish conductor Osmo Vänskä is simply unequalled in Sibelius – and the young Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki has something marvellously fresh to say about Grieg’s much-loved Concerto, too.

Performers

London Philharmonic Orchestra
Osmo Vanska conductor
Jan Lisiecki piano

Repertoire

Bax: Tintagel - tone poem
Grieg: Piano Concerto
Interval
Sibelius: Belshazzar's Feast, Suite from the Incidental music, Op.51; Symphony No.5

Dates & times

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where

Royal Festival Hall

Pricing

£10 - £65
Booking fee: £3.00 (Members £0.00)

Multi-buy discount

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Multi-buy discount
Book multiple London Philharmonic Orchestra events in the same transaction and receive a discount: 3 – 4 events (10% discount); 5 – 7 events (15% discount); 8 – 10 events (20% discount); 11 – 14 events (25% discount); 15 or more events (30% discount). Events must be in the 2018/19 season.

Concessions

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Ticketing
Book multiple London Philharmonic Orchestra events in the same transaction and receive a discount.
3 – 4 events (10% discount)
5 – 7 events (15% discount)
8 – 10 events (20% discount)
11 – 14 events (25% discount)
15 or more events (30% discount)
These discounts are not available for the following concerts: Die Walküre, (27 Jan 2018) and Gala evening with Juan Diego Florez, (29 Mar 2019)

Related events
Royal Festival Hall at 6pm: pre-concert event, Foyle Future Firsts. Ahead of tonight's concert, join conductor Jonathan Berman and the talented instrumentalists of of the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s Foyle Future Firsts Development Programme as they perform works by Knussen, Mozart, Stravinsky and Malcolm Arnold. Admission free.