Stephen Hough plays Rachmaninov

Stephen Hough plays Rachmaninov
Vaughan Williams Norfolk Rhapsody
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 4
Vaughan Williams Symphony No. 5

Following a sell-out Rachmaninov 3rd, legendary (and newly-knighted) pianist Sir Stephen Hough joins Bristol Classical Players for Rachmaninov’s jazz-tinged 4th concerto.

This sparkling work is paired with Vaughan Williams’s serene 5th Symphony, written during the Second World War and expressing his hopes for peace, to celebrate his 150th anniversary year.

Bristol Classical Players
Tom Gauterin, conductor

Supported by Ludice Wealth Management

Book Tickets

Sunday 2nd October 2022 - 7:00pm

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Sunday 2nd Oct 2022

Venue: Pittville Pump Room
Prices: £24.00
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Following a sell-out Rachmaninov 3rd, legendary (and newly-knighted) pianist Sir Stephen Hough joins Bristol Classical Players for Rachmaninov's jazz-tinged 4th concerto.

The Venue

Breathtaking, unique and radiating regency refinement, Pittville Pump Room is monument to the more than 100 years of fame Cheltenham enjoyed as a Spa town, and perhaps the most famous example of regency architecture in the area. The Heritage Café Orangery at Pittville Pump Room offers a range of hot and cold food, from coffee and cakes to sausage rolls and wraps, the café is the perfect place to enjoy views over the beautiful Pittville Park. The café is open daily, for full opening times please visit https://www.pittvillepumproom.org.uk/opening-times/

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The Box Office is now located at Leisure at Cheltenham's reception point