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BROADCAST DATE: Friday 9 October 2020: 7.30pm
Available until Sunday 14 March 2021
Haydn Symphony No82 The Bear
Chevalier de Saint-Georges Violin Concerto No1
Beethoven Symphony No3 Eroica
Thomas Søndergård Conductor
Maya Iwabuchi Violin
Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony begins with a controlled explosion – and two centuries later, music is still reeling from the aftershock. This is music which was written in unprecedented times, energising and defiant – the ideal choice for our return to the stage with Music Director Thomas Søndergård. We pair it with music by two 18th century geniuses with powerful tales to tell: Haydn’s spirited symphony, and a joyous concerto by Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges. Precisely the music we need, right here, right now.
Dedicated to the RSNO Conductors' Circle.
Sponsored by Gallagher.
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Concert will be available to watch from date of broadcast until 14 March 2021. Please note, due to the ongoing uncertainty of the current pandemic, the RSNO may have to change programmes and/or artists at short notice. If a concert has to be cancelled in its entirety and an alternative concert is not possible, all ticket money will be refunded.