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Dvorák’s New World Symphony | Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Wednesday May 1, 2024 at 19:30
Cadogan Hall, London
from £15
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  1. Fantastické Scherzo Op 25 - Josef Suk
  2. Concerto for trombone and chamber orchestra - Henri Tomasi
  3. Symphony No 9 in E minor, 'From the New World' Op 95 - Antonín Dvorák

Much loved classics and tuneful discoveries from Domingo Hindoyan and Principal Trombone Matt Gee.

Don’t mention the Hovis ad (if you can even remember it), because – with its great tunes, grand emotions and sweeping drama – Dvorák’s Symphony No.9, ‘From the New World’ was a favourite with audiences the world over long before TV even existed. Dvorák was inspired by America, but he never lost his Czech accent and Domingo Hindoyan, a conductor who is making waves, will bring out all the nostalgia (and joy) in the composer’s much loved melodies.

First, though, take a whirl through old Bohemia in the lovely Scherzo Fantastique by Dvorák’s son-in-law Suk, and take a walk on the wild side with Tomasi’s swinging Trombone Concerto – a larger-than-life showcase for one of the RPO’s very own stars, trombonist Matt Gee.

Cadogan Hall
5 Sloane Terrace

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