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National Symphony Orchestra – Concert Series 2022/23


Dates: Friday 26th May 2023

Please note the orchestra, the musicians and the programme of music are all subject to change.

National Symphony Orchestra

Conductor Rimma Sushanskaya
Violin Mathilde Milwidsky

Conductor Rimma Sushanskaya

Soprano Milly Forrest
Violin Mathilde Milwidsky

Mozart Overture, Cosi fan Tutte
Mozart Violin Concerto No.3 in G, K216
MahlerBlumine (unused excerpt from Symphony No.1)
Mahler Symphony No 4 in G

The exquisite blend of Mozart and Mahler, two contrasting bookends of the Austrian tradition, brings this season to a stirring close.

From Mozart, a sublime operatic overture and an early violin concerto, spanning the years 1775 (concerto) and 1790 (Cosi), while his late-Romantic compatriot – one of the composers who ushered in the incredible musical adventure that was the 20th century – offers up a movement which was removed from his 1st symphony after just 3 performances and never performed again until the 1968 Aldeburgh Fesival, and then the ethereal and at times prayerful 4th symphony, the two works spanning the years 1888 and 1901.

A special closing concert indeed.

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