Concerts & Events

Craig Ogden


Saturday 26 September 2015 7:30 pm
The Bridgewater Hall

Rossini   The Barber of Seville: Overture
Chabrier   España (arr. Simon Parkin)
Rodrigo   Concierto de Aranjuez
Beethoven   Symphony No.6 in F major, op.68, ‘Pastoral’
Gábor Takács-Nagy  Music Director
Craig Ogden  Guitar

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Box Office: 0161 907 9000
In person: The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3WS

Soloist Announcement
Miloš Karadaglic is unable to perform this Saturday due to a muscle strain, and will be replaced by world renowned classical guitarist, Craig Ogden. The programme will remain unchanged.

For our 2015-16 season opener, we invite you to the fiesta with a carnivalesque programme celebrating the spirit of España. Joining us is Australian born guitarist, Craig Ogden, one of the most exciting artists of his generation, for a vivid interpretation of Rodrigo’s famous Concierto de Aranjuez. We'll also be performing a few bonus tracks on the night, including The Beatles' Eleanor Rigby.

Listening to Camerata under Music Director Gábor Takács-Nagy is like turning up the brightness on your television - witness a performance of Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony like you've never heard it before.

Spanish drinks, dining and Tapas style bites at The Bridgewater Hall from 6.30pm.

PRE-CONCERT PERFORMANCE 6.30pm  Free admission
Our Lives: Identity, belonging, community. Older people from Tameside share their new opera based on life in the Greater Manchester community.



How does it feel to sit in the midst of a professional orchestra playing at full throttle? Ten lucky audience members will find out this Saturday as we give you the chance to sit in the thick of the action as we perform Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony at The Bridgewater Hall. Simply ask for a Stage Experience Ticket when you book your concert tickets. More details here

TICKETS: £40, £34, £28, £24, £17 (Concessions Available)*
£5 Student Tickets

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