SPRING MINI-FESTIVAL: 'AN DIE MUSIK'
Rupert Gough conductor
PROGRAMME TO INCLUDE:
Haydn Missa in tempore belli
The most soulful of all Beethoven’s music is arguably found in his piano concertos. If you need any proof, listen to his Piano Concerto No. 3. There’s a beauty and elegance here that truly confirms Beethoven’s status as the one composer who quickened the pace of change in classical music by welcoming in the Romantic era that was to follow. Winner of the 2016 College Concerto Competition, pianist Nura Jahanpour, joins Rebecca Miller and the Royal Holloway Chamber Orchestra, and later Rupert Gough and the Royal Holloway Chorus for an evening of true German classics.
This event will have a 20-minute interval. Wine and soft drinks are on sale during the interval.