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The Hallé: Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony - The Bridgewater Hall - 23, 26, 29 January 2023

The Hallé - Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony

Alpesh Chauhan OBE conductor | Elisabeth Brauß piano

Wednesday 25 January 2023 2.15pm

Event Timings
Auditorium Doors: TBC
Concert Start: 2.15pm
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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The Hallé - Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony

Grieg Piano Concerto
Shostakovich Symphony No.10

Alpesh Chauhan OBE conductor
Elisabeth Brauß piano

A graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music, Alpesh Chauhan has built up an outstanding reputation as Music Director of the Birmingham Opera Company. He has a keen affinity with Shostakovich, receiving rave reviews for his performances, as noted in The Spectator – ‘Chauhan drove the score with a brooding, purposeful intensity’, which augurs well for his Hallé debut when he conducts the Tenth Symphony. Believed by many to be Shostakovich’s finest, it includes a savage portrayal of the then recently deceased Stalin and an uplifting finale pervaded by his musical monogram with the initials of his name blazing out. In the first half, former recipient of the Terence Judd-Hallé Award, Elisabeth Brauß plays Grieg’s evergreen Piano Concerto, a work that enchanted Tchaikovsky who enthused, ‘What charm, what inimitable and rich musical imagery.’

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