Performances are 31 March - 1 April.


Bruckner imagined a story of knights, forests and distant castles, but he preferred to let the music speak for itself, and in the hands of guest conductor Christoph Eschenbach it will do precisely that. Opening the concert, superstar violinist Ray Chen plays Mendelssohn's gloriously tuneful Violin Concerto: you'll believe a violin can sing.

Performances are 31 March - 1 April.

The concert runs approximately 2 hours with an intermission.

Please note latecomers will miss the whole concerto, and the audience is advised to allow enough time for admission.

For standard tickets, the general public can enjoy up to 15% off, while Club Bravo members are entitled up to an exclusive 30% off for ticket purchases.


MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto

BRUCKNER Symphony no. 4


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