The Hallé - Brahms’ Violin Concerto

Sir Mark Elder conductor | Augustin Hadelich violin

Sunday 5 March 2023 4.00pm

Event Timings
Auditorium Doors: TBC
Concert Start: 4.00pm
Interval: TBC
Second half: TBC
Finish: TBC

Timings will be updated closer to the concert date. Please check the website on the afternoon of the performance for up-to-date information. All timings are approximate and are subject to change.​

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Tickets £15.50 to £46.00

All ticket prices include £2.50 booking fee

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Students / Claimants – 10% discount
OAPs (2 Mondays before a performance) – 20% discount
£3 student tickets available in the stalls
Disabled rate – 50% discount plus a complimentary seat for a carer (if required)
Group discounts – 10-29 (10% discount); 30-49 (15% discount); 50+ (25% discount)
£10 Day Tickets available for sale on the day of the concert – maximum of 50 in the stalls
Under 30 concession – 15% discount in prices A, B and C (all areas of hall)
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The Hallé - Brahms’ Violin Concerto

Vaughan Williams Norfolk Rhapsody No.1
Huw Watkins Symphony No.2 World Premiere
Brahms Violin Concerto

Sir Mark Elder conductor
Augustin Hadelich violin

Performed virtually by the Hallé and Sir Mark in 2021, Huw Watkins’s Symphony No.2 was hailed by The Times as a ‘great British symphony’, which ‘deserved the prolonged ovation’ the pandemic has denied it. Watkins hoped it would ‘challenge and entertain’ both the Hallé’s players and its discerning audiences, who can now experience its true world premiere. Sir Mark describes Vaughan Williams’s Norfolk Rhapsody No.1 as ‘a little masterpiece’, that makes ‘a perfect upbeat to the symphony.’ Brahms composed his Violin Concerto in the idyllic scenery of Wörthersee where, he quipped, melodies were so abundant he had to take care not to tread on them. Making his second visit to the Hallé, Grammy Award winner, Augustin Hadelich, received a lavish Gramophone review for his ‘richly characterised and subtly coloured account’ of this concerto.

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