Date: Saturday 26th March 2011 19:30
Venue: RNCM Concert Hall, Manchester
- Webern 5 Movements Op.5
- Berg Arr. Tarkmann Violin Concerto
- Schoenberg Verklarte Nacht
- Douglas Boyd Conductor
- Gordan Nikolitch Violin
- Netia Jones Visual Designer
“[Netia Jones is] bringing integrity and intelligence to the task of bringing video into classical music” – The Times
Study Day, 1.30pm Join Leeds University Emeritus Professor Julian Rushton for an in-depth exploration of the ‘Second Viennese School’ of Schoenberg and his pupils.
Pre-concert performance: Urban Symphony, 3rd movement, 6.30pm The third movement of our musical exploration of the city – Manchester and modernism.
Post-concert: ENCORE, 9.30pm
This programme introduces an unexpected side to the Second Viennese School composers. Schoenberg’s early Romantic string work Verklárte Nacht will be accompanied by real-time visuals which react to the music courtesy of artist Netia Jones/Lightmap. Webern’s 5 Movements provides a tense, dramatic and atmospheric opening to this unmissable concert followed by Berg’s profoundly moving Violin Concerto.
£22, £19.50, £16.50, £9.50
Study day tickets £8
Booking now available from the RNCM box office
Telephone the box office on 0161 907 5555
In person, go tothe RNCMBox Office, 124 Oxford Road Manchester M13 9RD