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Andrew Zolinsky plays Grieg | Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Saturday October 6, 2018 at 19:30
The Hexagon, Reading
£28, £24, £17; students (18-25 or NUS holder) £10; under 18s £6; schools £6; groups 10+ 15% off; groups 20+ 20% off; subscription packages available
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  1. Tragic Overture Op 81 - Johannes Brahms
  2. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in A minor Op 16 - Edvard Grieg
  3. Symphony No 3 in E flat, 'Eroica' Op 55 - Ludwig van Beethoven

Brahms's expressive Tragic Overture opens the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's 2018-19 season at The Hexagon with triumphant brass and heroic strings.

With driving, rousing outer movements and a touch of joie de vivre in the middle, Grieg's glorious Piano Concerto is rightly considered one of the greatest piano concertos of all time.

In contrast to the sweet and lyrical melodies of Grieg's masterpiece, Beethoven's 'Eroica' Symphony is grand and majestic, with the orchestra out in full force for this concert's finale.

Pre-concert talk 6.30pm - The Hexagon auditorium

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