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Swedish Philharmonia with Viktoria Mullova

9th March 2020 7pm
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9th March 2020 7pm
The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley Street Manchester, M2 3WS  
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A little bit of culture can soothe a work-weary soul. Come join us for an inspirational evening at The Bridgewater Hall for an outstanding performance of Swedish Philharmonia.

This is a great way to meet new people in Manchester in a friendly and relaxed environment. Be the first to see the finest performances with a warm friendly welcome from fellow members.

Here at Social Circle, we take care of organising the tickets so you are sat with a great view and in good company. All you have to do is turn up and order your drinks.

Tonight we are seeing: Swedish Philharmonia (The Gävle Symphony Orchestra) with Viktoria Mullova

We are pleased to welcome one of the great virtuosic violinists of today – Viktoria Mullova with the Swedish Philharmonia (The Gävle Symphony Orchestra), conducted by Jaime Martín. The evening begins with Tchaikovsky’s musical tribute to Shakespeare with his symphonic poem, The Tempest.

Viktoria Mullova then plays Prokofiev’s ethereal 2nd Violin Concerto. In the second half the orchestra will perform Sibelius’ dramatic Symphony No.5, with its majestic finale depicting the flight of swans across a Finnish lake.

Part of Manchester’s International Concert Series, The Bridgewater Hall’s own classical music concert series.

See more details HERE.

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