101 things to do this summer

London Symphony Orchestra / Thomas Adès

Gerald Barry premiere

6 June 2010 / 19:30
Hall


Tickets:
£7 £13 £19 £25 £32

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Thomas Adès ...but all shall be well
Bartók Piano Concerto No 1
Thomas Adès These Premises are Alarmed
Gerald Barry La Plus Forte (UK premiere)
Thomas Adès Dances from 'Powder Her Face'

London Symphony Orchestra
Thomas Adès
conductor
Barbara Hannigan soprano
Zoltán Kocsis piano

Thomas Adès is a musical phenomenon: as the New Yorker’s Alex Ross writes, ‘the news that classical music is a dead or dying art hasn’t reached him.’ These Premises Are Alarmed (1996) is a short but thrillingly virtuosic piece, showing off nearly every sound and technique in the orchestra, while ... but all shall be well (1993) was his first piece for a large orchestra. Bartók’s driving First Piano Concerto completes the programme.


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