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Windsor Festival | Nathan Meltzer with the Philharmonia Orchestra

Tuesday September 19, 2017 at 7:30 pm
Waterloo Chamber, Windsor Castle., Windsor
£54.50, £39.50, £28.50 (20% discount for full-time students and unemployed)
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  1. Polonaise, from Eugene Onegin - Pyotr Tchaikovsky
  2. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor Op 47 - Jean Sibelius
  3. Symphony No 5 in E minor Op 64 - Pyotr Tchaikovsky

This year our flagship Waterloo Chamber concert offers a feast of romantic classics and young talent. We are excited to welcome back Nathan Meltzer, the immensely talented 16 year old winner of the 6th Windsor Festival International String Competition, for his concerto debut with our Associate Orchestra. Under the direction of Michael Francis, a British conductor whose star is on the rise, the Philharmonia present a programme of music for which they are renowned: Sibelius’s dramatic Violin Concerto paired with the passion and desire of Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony – a work which leads us to a triumphant conclusion via love, despair and sweeping waltzes.

Dress: black tie

‘Francis led a brilliant and committed performance’ Cleveland.com
Francis' leadership was confident and intelligent. The orchestral sound was rich with color and expression...’ Cincinnati.com

Waterloo Chamber, Windsor Castle.
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