Sibelius and Walton — London Philharmonic Orchestra (Oct 2016)

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, Belvedere Road, Southbank, London 51.505717 -0.117073
Dates & Time:
7.30 PM
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£10 to £65
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Osmo Vanska will be conducting violinist Tasmin Little and the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall.

They will be performing a selection of classical works by Jean Sibelius and William Walton.

Sibelius -- The Oceanides, Symphony No.6 in D minor, Symphony No.7 in C
Walton -- Violin Concerto

The London Philharmonic Orchestra was founded by Sir Thomas Beecham, and has been based at London’s Royal Festival Hall ever since its opening in 1951. It is also the resident symphony orchestra of the Glyndebourne Festival Opera.

 

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