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The Hallé

Daniele Rustioni & Francesca Dego
  • Friday 18 January
    7.00 – 9.00pm
Ticket typeCost
18yrs & Under£5.60
Student£5.60
Adult (Price Zone A)£23.52
Adult (Price Zone B)£21.28
Adult (Price Zone C)£17.92

Daniele Rustioni, one of the most compelling conductors of his generation, is joined by the brilliant Francesca Dego

For the second all-Russian programme of the Sheffield International Concert Season, Daniele Rustioni, one of the most compelling conductors of his generation, is joined by the brilliant Francesca Dego for Tchaikovsky’s perennially popular Violin Concerto. It is rich both in melody and finely-crafted virtuoso writing and culminates in a thrilling Cossack dance!

After the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, Rachmaninov left his native Russia, never to return. His Third Symphony is a great work of exile, notable for its profusion of melodies, aching nostalgia and technical brilliance. The Hallé opens the concert with Mussorgsky’s atmospheric dawn in 17th century Moscow.

Performers

Daniele Rustioni (conductor) and Francesca Dego (violin)

Programme

  • Mussorgsky: Khovanshchina: Introduction (Dawn on the Moscow River)
  • Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto
  • Rachmaninov: Symphony No. 3

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