Benedetti Plays Vivaldi
Date: Saturday 20th September 2014 19:30
Venue: The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Our 2014-15 Manchester season begins in the mighty surrounds of The Bridgewater Hall. We&ll be filling this iconic space with a powerful and trademark Camerata programme of contrast, this time of religious and worldly inspiration. Joined by one of the world&s most phenomenal violinists, Scottish-born Nicola Benedetti, Camerata’s Music Director G&abor Tak&acs-Nagy will lead the orchestra in Vivaldi&s well known masterpiece, The Four Seasons, and Mozart&s sizzling Linz Symphony. And then silence. Experience the stilling and film-like sound world of Silouan&s Song – a breathtaking hymn for string orchestra, performed in near-darkness, and written by the famed Estonian contemporary composer and Camerata favourite, Arvo P&art.
‘…it was thrilling to hear and watch Nicola Benedetti in a truly risk-taking performance that lived so much in the body and fused the sinews of the violin and the nerve-system of the player.&– Hilary Finch, The Times
PRE-CONCERT PERFORMANCE 6.30pm Free admission
Our young musician partners from In Harmony Telford and Stoke-On-Trent join forces with Nicola Benedetti to perform an exciting mix of repertoire.
TICKETS: £38, £32, £26, £22, £15(concs available)including £2 booking fee*
*Bridgewater Hall booking fees: No fee applies to tickets bought in person and paid for by cash or cheque or bought as part of a fixed or flexible subscription. Tickets bought in person at the Box Office using a debit card or credit card are subject to a 2% booking fee.
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BOOKING VENUE INFORMATION
Box Office:0161 907 9000Book OnlineIn person: The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3WS
IMPORTANT TRAVEL INFORMATIONDue to the Labour Party Conference which starts on 20th September there are various road closures to be aware of around The Bridgewater Hall. For full information about which roads are affected please visit the Getting There pages of The Bridgewater Hall website. Higher than normal travel disruption is expected in this area so please do allow plenty of extra time for your journey and parking.
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