Strauss’S Voice: Heroes And Tyrants
Date: Saturday 22nd February 2014 19:30
Venue: The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Part of the Strauss&s Voice Festival, we are joined by BBC New Generation artist Ruby Hughes in a selection of Richard Strauss& songs for smaller orchestra, and a late night performance of the composer&s Metamorphosen, a moving elegy for the destruction of German culture brought about by the Second World War. It quotes the funeral march from Beethoven&s Eroica Symphony, perhaps the first expression of heroic aspiration in music. You will also hear Mozart&s Piano Concerto no.25, featuring Liverpool-born Paul Lewis, internationally recognised as one of the finest pianists of his generation.
PRE-CONCERT PERFORMANCE 6.30pm
REmix: Young people from Greater Manchester create a new song cycle inspired by Strauss.
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HEROES AND TYRANTS: AN EXPLORATIONSaturday 22 February, The Bridgewater Hall, The Barbirolli Room,3pm – 5.30pmTickets: £5
A discussion about the relationship between music and powerful leaders, with live music.
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