Why See National Symphony Orchestra - Saint-Saens' Organ Symphony?
Dedicated to the memory of close friend Franz Lizt, Camille Saint-Saens' towering Symphony No. 3 marks a glorious trip through his creative career, an artistic peak that encompasses the full thrill of the Romantic period. Stirring and undeniably one of the greatest uses of the organ in the canon, it's truly an unmissable live experience.
Previous to performing this masterpiece, the Symphony, conducted by Giandra Noseda, will be joined by pianist Seong-Jin Cho for Ravel's Jazz Age inspired Piano Concerto in G, before taking you on a fantastical journey with Franck's The Accursed Huntsman. A roiling symphonic poem that sees the titular huntsman pursed by demons for daring to hunt on a holy day.
Opening night: 25 April 2019
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