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James Lowe returns to conduct NBS for a programme including Shostakovitch's 7th Symphony "Leningrad". Inspired by the tragic events of the Great Patriotic War, which besieged Leningrad in 1941, this Symphony was hailed as an historic event at its first performance and was described as a national song of defiance and heroism.
Date: Saturday 15 October, 2005
- Beethoven: Coriolan Overture
- Sibelius: Lemminkainen's Return
- Shostakovitch: Symphony No. 7 "Leningrad"
Conductor: James Lowe
Venue: Victoria Rooms, Clifton, Bristol. Click here for a map
We recommend booking in advance on our ticket hotline: "MusicBox" 01275 349010. (Cheques and all major credit and debit cards accepted, no booking fee). Pre-booked tickets will be posted to you or can be picked up at the door.
Most seats for this concert are numbered and can be reserved in advance. Click here to see a seating plan of the Victoria Rooms. The Box Office can advise on which seats are available and which have the best view.
The ticket prices are:
- £13 (£11 concessions) balcony
- £10 adults (£8 concessions) front stalls
- £7 adults (£5 concessions) rear stalls under the balcony (unreseved)
- £5 students, any seat
- £2 children/school parties, any seat
James will be presenting a pre-concert talk at 6.45pm. This is open to all and entry is free.
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