Symphony of a thousand
Belief and Beyond Belief: Ideology
Tallis Spem in alium
Mahler Symphony No. 8
Due to unforeseen circumstances and illness, we regret that we have had to replace some of the artists originally advertised. We are grateful to the artists who have stepped in to sing. The full list of performers is now as follows:
Vladimir Jurowski conductor
Judith Howarth soprano
Anne Schwanewilms soprano
Sofia Fomina soprano
Michaela Selinger mezzo-soprano
Patricia Bardon mezzo-soprano
Barry Banks tenor
Stephen Gadd baritone
Matthew Rose bass
London Philharmonic Choir
Tiffin Boys’ Choir
London Symphony Chorus
Choir of Clare College, Cambridge
London Philharmonic Orchestra
There will be a 20 minute interval between Parts 1 and 2 of the Symphony.
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‘Try to imagine the whole universe beginning to ring and resound’, declared Gustav Mahler. ‘There are no longer human voices, but planets and suns revolving.’ And with multiple choirs, eight world-class soloists and a supersized orchestra, it’s easy to see why Mahler’s Eighth is often called the ‘Symphony of a Thousand’. Tonight, though, Vladimir Jurowski and the Orchestra probe beneath its spectacular surface, and prepare the way with Tallis’s transcendent 40-part motet choral masterpiece Spem in alium. Book early for what’s certain to be a real landmark in Vladimir Jurowski’s LPO Mahler cycle.
Concert supported by an anonymous donor.
RETURNS ONLY. Please call the LPO Ticket Office on 020 7840 4242 for availability (Mon-Fri 10am-5pm)
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