Mahler Symphony

Mahler Symphony

BUY TICKETS TO SEE ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA PRESENTS - MAHLER SYMPHONY NO. 8

Sunday 23 October 2022 - Starts: 3:00pm

Even by Mahler standards, his Symphony No.8, nicknamed Symphony of a Thousand, is a work of immense proportions.

Vasily Petrenko, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s Music Director Designate, is joined onstage at the magnificent Royal Albert Hall by a stellar line-up of soloists, massed choirs and an organ for what promises to be a titanic performance of this rarely heard masterpiece.

MAHLER Symphony No.8, Symphony of a Thousand

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Mahler Symphony

ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA PRESENTS - MAHLER SYMPHONY NO. 2

Wednesday 30th March 2023 - Starts: 7:30pm

Based on Mahler’s fascination with life and death, Vasily Petrenko’s sensational symphonic series at the Royal Albert Hall continues with the composer’s Symphony No.2, Resurrection – arguably his best-known symphony.

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Mahler Symphony

ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA PRESENTS - MAHLER SYMPHONY NO. 3

Thursday 27th April 2023 - Starts: 7:30pm

Mahler’s love of nature imbues his Symphony No.3 in the final concert of Vasily Petrenko’s symphonic series at the Royal Albert Hall.

Written from his purpose-built composing hut that overlooked the Austrian Alpine vistas, this six-movement, colossal work evokes a canvas of life and a reflection of nature’s beauty, with the huge orchestra and choir bringing to life

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Synopsis


D
uring his lifetime and in the decades after his death, Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) was primarily regarded as an outstanding conductor.
It has only been in the last 60 years or so that his significance as a composer has been fully appreciated.
Now, his symphonies are seen as perhaps the most important since Beethoven’s, linking the romanticism of the 19th century with the modernism of the 20th, and only rivalled for originality among his contemporaries by those of Sibelius.

Important Information/ Admission Rules


This event is not recommended for children under 5

All customers aged 14 years or below must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or over

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