The Hallé

Kerem Hasan & Amy Yule
  • Saturday 5 November
    7.00 – 9.15pm
Ticket typeCost
Price Band A£30.50
Price Band B£27.95
Price Band C£22.50
Tickets for children (16 years and under)/Students/Groups of 10+£9

The rising British conductor, Kerem Hasan, directs the Hallé - opening the concert with Weber’s popular overture to his fairy opera 'Oberon'

The rising British conductor, Kerem Hasan, has established his credentials in opera (Welsh National Opera/Glyndebourne), and as Chief Conductor of the Tiroler Symphonieorchester-Innsbruck. Here he directs the Hallé, opening the concert with Weber’s popular overture to his fairy opera Oberon, before being joined by the Hallé’s own Principal Flute, Amy Yule, who makes her concerto debut with the orchestra in Mozart’s elegant First Flute Concerto. Described by Rimsky-Korsakov as an ‘Oriental narrative of fairy-tale wonders,’ Scheherazade conjures the spirit of the Arabian 1001 Nights, couched in iridescent instrumental colours, with a solo violin representing the heroine herself.

Performers

Kerem Hasan (Conductor) and Amy Yule (Flute)

Programme

  • WEBER: Overture: Oberon (9)
  • MOZART: Flute Concerto No.1 (25)
  • RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Scheherazade (42)

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