Schubert Symphony No.9 in C major
Experience the power of the combined forces of renowned conductor Frédéric Chaslin and the full WNO orchestra. First is Stravinsky’s lively Pulcinella. Written in 1920 it is a warm and nostalgic hymn to another age. Schubert’s final Symphony No. 9 is often called his ‘Great C Major Symphony’. On experiencing its majestic, heavenly sound you will soon understand why. This is music for the gods.
Conductor Frédéric Chaslin
Saturday 29 June 7.30pm
Venue: Dora Stoutzker Hall
Tickets: £14, £11 concessions