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Brahms - Symphony No. 4

Sinfonia of Leeds

Saturday, 30 March 2019 from 19:30 to 21:30 (GMT)

Brahms - Symphony No. 4

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Under 18s in full-time education accompanied by an adult 30 Mar 2019 Free £0.00
Full-time student/registered unwaged 30 Mar 2019 £5.00 £0.98
Over 65s 30 Mar 2019 £12.00 £1.52
Leeds Card 30 Mar 2019 £12.00 £1.52
Full price individual ticket 30 Mar 2019 £14.00 £1.68
Group booking for 4 people 30 Mar 2019 £45.00 £4.10

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Symphonies of Wind Instruments


Tabula Rasa


Symphony No. 4



David Greed 

Andy Long


Anthony Kraus



Sinfonia of Leeds presents a selection of orchestral masterpieces from the 18th to 20th centuries in the 2018/19 season of concerts.


Our third concert, programmes Brahms much loved Symphony No. 4 with two other extraordinary works. Arvo Pärt’s ‘Tabula Rasa’ for 2 violins, strings and prepared piano, and Stravinsky's Symphonies of Wind Instruments. 


With soloists David Greed and Andy Long, this is a concert not to be missed.

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St Edmund’s Church, Roundhay

LS8 1JN Leeds
United Kingdom

Saturday, 30 March 2019 from 19:30 to 21:30 (GMT)

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Sinfonia of Leeds

 "The region's finest non-professional orchestra...

one of the most remarkable in the country".



Musical Director

David Greed

Associate Musical Director

Anthony Kraus



Anthony and I welcome you to the 2018/19 concert season. It is the year of the ‘double concerto’ and orchestral masterpieces.


We start the season with Bach’s D minor concerto for keyboard and strings, realised on 2 marimbas in a highly unusual interpretation performed by two outstanding students from the Amsterdam Conservatoire.  Arvo Pärt’s ‘Tabula Rasa’ is an extraordinary work for two violins, strings and ‘prepared piano’. 


Rakhi Singh will play alongside Nick Trygstad (cello section leader of the Hallé) in the most ‘epic’ of double concertos, that of Brahms.  Mary Plazas makes a very welcome return to sing a song-cycle by Benjamin Britten, songs with  a pacifist slant. 


Our symphonic treats for you include Shostakovich’s 8th Symphony, one of his most tragic and dramatic works, and Vaughan Williams’s Sinfonia Antartica, a work that emerged from the film score to the 1947 movie ‘Scott of the Antarctic’.  Other orchestral compositions include works Stravinsky, Richard Strauss, Brahms and Elgar. 

 Finally, I would like to pay a huge tribute to Patricia, Dowager Countess of Harewood who passed away in May 2018. She was the orchestra’s Honorary President for many years and offered great support to Sinfonia.


David Greed 

Music Director 


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