Welsh National Opera Orchestra

10/03/2017

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                                                          Soloist – Pavel Kolesnikov, Piano

 

THE Welsh National Opera Orchestra returns to St David’s Hall as the prestigious International Concert Series continues with a powerful performance of Suk, Mozart and Dvořák on Sunday 19 March.

 

Tragedy and drama go hand-in-hand in the second of this season’s WNO concerts – the dark, pulsating energy of Mozart’s D Minor Piano Concerto is heard next to the swarthy, brooding energy of Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony.

 

To open the concert, WNO’s new Music Director Tomáš Hanus conducts the fresh, dewy Serenade written at the age of eighteen by Dvořák’s son-in-law Josef Suk.

 

Soloist for this breathtaking afternoon performance is Russian piano prodigy, Pavel Kolesnikov.

 

Conductor  Tomáš Hanus  

Soloist  Pavel Kolesnikov, Piano

 

Suk Serenade for Strings              27′ 

Mozart Piano Concerto No 20    32′

Dvořák Symphony No 7               40′

 

ICS: Extras

 

Our ICS: Extras series offers audiences the chance to get that little bit extra from their evening at St David’s Hall. Here’s what we have on offer for this concert:
2pm, Lefel 1

 

ICS: Pre-Performance… Hedd Thomas


WNO’s Nicholas John Dramaturg, Hedd Thomas, introduces Suk, Mozart and Dvořák. This is a free event. For more information on ICS: Pre-Performances, please click here.

 

 

2.30pm, Level 3 stage

 

ICS: Young Artists… Siobhan Clough (violinist) – South Glamorgan Music Festival winner
This is a free event. For more information on ICS: Young Artists, please click here.

5.15pm, Lefel 1

 

ICS: Final Notes… Meet the WNO Players

 

This event will give you the chance to get to know three of the resident members of the Welsh National Opera Orchestra: Sarah Bennington (flute), Philip Heyman (viola), Christopher Vale (bassoon).

Tickets are £1.50 and available on the door. For more information on ICS: Final Notes, please click here.

 

Ticket Prices

 

Standard Price£8.50 | £14 | £18.50 | £26 | £32.50 | £39.50
Under 16 (Tickets offered subject to availability)FREE with every full price paying adult.  Additional child’s ticket – £5 each
Platinum Tickets (including prime seat in Tier 1, a glass of champagne and a programme.  NB Only applicable on top price ticket)£48.00
Friends of St David’s Hall£2 off
Students (up until 6pm on the day of the performance)

Student ID must be produced on collection of tickets.

£5
Claimants£2 off
Disabled people plus one companionHalf-Price
Wheelchair users plus one companion£8.50 each

 

*Please note, concessions not available on Platinum or introductory tickets.


**Only one discount may apply to each ticket and proof of entitlement is required upon ticket collection. 

 

 

 

To book your seats, please visit www.stdavidshallcardiff.co.uk

or call the Box Office on 029 2087 8444