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10th Anniversary Concert
Tonight's concert is a celebration of our 10th anniversary and we are joined by the Bristol Cathedral Concert Choir, Bristol Phoenix Choir, the City of Bristol Choir and the Exultate Singers to perform Mahler's mighty, and rarely heard, 'Resurrection' symphony. From the savage funeral rites of the first movement, which according to Mahler asked the question "Why have you lived?" the music leads through the beautiful inner movements to the monumental climax of the huge choral finale, with its overwhelming ending of spiritual certainty and exultation. James Lowe, Associate Conductor of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, is joined on this occasion by two distinguished soloists for what promises to be a truly memorable evening.
Date: Saturday 6 October, 2007
- Mahler: Symphony No 2 in C minor 'Resurrection'
Venue: Colston Hall, Colston St, Bristol BS1 5AR.
We recommend booking in advance for this exciting event. Tickets are available from the Colston Hall Box Office on 0117 922 3686, or see here.
The ticket prices are:
- £18 (£16 concessions)
- £15 adults (£13 concessions)
- £12 (£10 concessions)
- £10 (£8 concessions)
The Colston Hall Box Office charges a £1 booking fee plus 75p postage. There is no fee for cheque or cash purchases.
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