National Symphony Orchestra 2021

National Symphony Orchestra 2021
This concert has replaced the cancelled Armenian State Orchestra, listed for 3 December 2021. Our customer contact team will be in touch with all ticket holders who will be transferred over to the National Symphony Orchestra 3 December date.

Rimma Sushanskaya

John Lenehan

Mozart Overture, The Marriage of Figaro, K492
Beethoven Piano Concerto No.5 – ‘Emperor’
Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings, Op.48

It’s a night of classics for our second concert of the season. Mozart’s most popular overture – just 5 minutes in length but bouncing with 18th century comical verve and excitement – opens the show, followed by one of the most popular concertos in the repertoire, Beethoven’s glorious Emperor, originally dedicated to Napoleon and among the most noble and uplifting pieces of the 19th century….the 2nd and 3rd movements in particular are among the most played on classical radio stations across the globe. And finally, rivalled only by Elgar’s serenade for the same forces, Tchaikovsky’s 30-minute Serenade for Strings rounds off the evening in traditional Russian style, full of melody, emotion and passion.

Pre-Concert Talk (6.30pm to 7pm): Free entry using your ticket for the concert.

Please note there is a £2 ticket commission fee included in the price of the ticket.

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Friday 3rd December 2021 - 7:30pm

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Friday 3rd Dec 2021

Venue: Cheltenham Town Hall
Prices: £33.50, £28.50, £17.50, £13.50
All Online Bookings are subject to a one-off transaction fee of £1.50

Part of the 2021-22 Cheltenham Concert Series.

The Venue

Rich in heritage and opulence, this Grade II listed jewel in the heart of cosmopolitan Cheltenham sets a dramatic, inspiring backdrop for any event.  Imagine the dances and music of years gone by, while enjoying popular live music, comedy, festivals and exhibitions. Visit us to dine or drink in our Garden Bar Orangery.

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