10 May 2014
St. George's Hall
Our 2013/14 season ends with Cristian Mandeal conducting the Halle in 3 slavic masterpieces.
Tickets £ 15.50 - £29.50
Plus transaction fee*
Cristian Mandeal Conductor
Sofya Gulyak Piano Soloist
Enescu Romanian Rhapsody No 1 (13')
Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 3 (30')
Rachmaninov Symphony No 2 (60')
Enescu's Romanian Rhapsody No. 1 is a dazzling orchestral showpiece which will thrill anyone who has not heard it before. The concert will continue with a work that many regard as Prokofiev's finest piano concerto, his Piano Concerto No. 3. In the second half the orchestra will perform the summit of Rachmaninov's achievement, his opulent Symphony No. 2 with its poignant melodies, rich orchestral textures and huge dramatic climaxes. A truly great work that we feel perfectly concludes a wonderful season.
Part of the Orchestral Concert Season
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Ticket prices and times
Saturday 10 May 2014
Area A £27
Area B £23.50
Area C £20.50
Area D £13
Concessions: £2 off
Groups 12+: £2 off per ticket plus every 13th ticket free
Under 30s: £5 in Area B and Area C
Schools: £3 each in Area C plus one free supervisor with every ten students
£20 Area C or £30 Area A (one adult and two children aged 16 or under)
£40 Area C or £50 Area A (two adults and two children aged 16 or under)
Please note, one concession / offer per ticket only. Bradford Theatres usual terms and conditions apply.
Phone/Counter - £1 per ticket plus postage charge where applicable.
Online - £2.50 per ticket plus transaction fee of 50p.
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