31 January in Routh Hall, Bromsgrove: LvB250 with Isata Kanneh-Mason

Isata Kanneh-Mason has raced to the forefront of her generation as one of the UK’s most charismatic, popular and admired young pianists. She makes her ESO debut as part of the orchestra’s celebration of Beethoven’s 250th Anniversary with a performance of his stormy Piano Concerto in C minor. Ruth Gipps was a musical genius ahead of her time, whose works abound in melodic inspiration. Her Cringlemire Garden is a touching and evocative portrait of the natural world. The concert ends with Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony, one of the most thrilling works in the repertoire.

1 February in Shirehall, Hereford: LvB 250 with Isata Kanneh-Mason

Isata Kanneh-Mason has raced to the forefront of her generation as one of the UK’s most charismatic, popular and admired young pianists. She makes her ESO debut as part of the orchestra’s celebration of Beethoven’s 250th Anniversary with a performance of his stormy Piano Concerto in C minor. The concert opens with Mendelssohn’s tone poem Die Schöne Melusine is a richly-coloured musical setting of the mermaid myth. The concert ends with more Beethoven for his 250th birthday, his witty and life-affirming Eighth Symphony.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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