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City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

11 March 2017

Music by Tchaikovsky, Respighi and Mendelssohn.

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Leeds Town Hall

Concert begins at 7.30pm

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Daniele Rustioni - conductor
Roman Simovic - violin
Tchaikovsky – Violin Concerto Listen
Respighi – Fountains of Rome Listen
Mendelssohn – Symphony No 4 (Italian) Listen

'The Italian symphony is making great progress. It will be the jolliest piece I have ever done.' Mendelssohn

Pre-concert talk 6.45pm
Albert Room
Peter Whitfield discusses the evening’s works.
Entry is free to ticket-holders for the concert but space is limited so please arrive early to avoid disappointment. 
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Price:   £33.50, £30.50, £28, £22, £16.50, £12.50 (discounts available)

Contact details:   Box Office: 0113 376 0318

Additional information:  

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