|BBC Orchestra invites audiences to their home for autumn concerts|
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BBC Orchestra invites audiences to their home for autumn concerts
BBC National Orchestra of Wales are inviting audiences into their home in Cardiff Bay, BBC Hoddinott Hall, for three concerts as part of their autumn season at the Hall.
On Monday 12 November, the Orchestra welcomes the popular violinist Tasmin Little to BBC Hoddinott Hall to perform Bruch’s magical Violin Concerto in G minor. Conducted by David Atherton, the concert also includes Elgar’s Cockaigne Overture and Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances.
On Friday 23 November, Grant Llewellyn conducts the Orchestra in a concert celebrating the best of Welsh composition talent – including Huw Watkins’s Concertino for violin and string orchestra (performed by Chloe Hanslip) and Tirlun, a work by the Orchestra’s Resident Composer Mark Bowden.
The Orchestra concludes its autumn season of concerts at BBC Hoddinott Hall with a Festive Afternoon Concert, on Friday 7 December, which includes performances by Welsh soloists Elin Manahan Thomas and Catrin Finch, and a variety of seasonal music – including Samuel Barber’s orchestral work based on Christmas Carols, Die Natali; and Leroy Anderson’s quintessential Christmas Festival.
Tickets for the Bruch and Rachmaninov concert on Monday 12 November, 7.30pm are priced at £8.50-£11.50 (discounts available).
Tickets for the Welsh Panorama concert on Friday 23 November, 7pm are priced at £7.50-£9.50 (discounts available).
Tickets for the Festive Afternoon Concert on Friday 7 December, 2pm are priced at £8.50-£11.50 (discounts available).
Tickets for these concerts at BBC Hoddinott Hall can be booked through the BBC National Orchestra of Wales’ Audience Line, by calling 0800 052 1812; or by calling the Wales Millennium Centre on 02920 636464 or visiting www.wmc.org.uk.
For more information about the Orchestra, visit their website at bbc.co.uk/now.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 November 2012 22:42|