CLASSICAL MUSIC RETURNS TO ST GEORGE’S HALL

THE BRADFORD INTERNATIONAL CLASSICAL MUSIC SEASON

CLASSICAL MUSIC RETURNS TO ST GEORGE’S HALL

The Orchestral Concert Season opens this month with The Hallé on Saturday 13 November 2021
and continues next year with Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra Moscow, European Union
Chamber Orchestra and more concerts from The Hallé. You can once again experience truly great
live classical music in St George’s Hall, Bradford.

The first performance by the Hallé is a concert curated around beginnings and endings with Richard
Strauss centre-stage, contrasting his teenage Serenade with his swansong, Four Last Songs, which
he composed at the age of 84. Couched in glowing autumnal hues by a vocal and orchestral master,
they’ll be sung by Welsh soprano Natalya Romaniw. She’s joined by the young German conductor
Christian Reif.

The concert opens with Lamia a Straussian symphonic poem, inspired by Keats, written by the 20
year old Dorothy Howell and premiered by Henry Wood at the 1919 Proms. The concert concludes
with Mozart’s final symphony, where the contrapuntal wizardry of its finale aptly justifies its regal
nickname Jupiter.

Then the Hallé return early next year with it’s popular Viennese New Year Concert on Saturday 8
January 2022 and then the season continues into 2022.

Call the Box Office on 01274 432000 or visit bradford-theatres.co.ukMusic includes; Waltzes and polkas by the family Strauss

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