Mahler Symphony no.2 at Royal Festival Hall

Thursday, 22.06.2017 19:30, Royal Festival Hall

Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre

Royal Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra
Semyon Bychkov conductor

Carrie-Ann Williams soprano
Marvic Monreal mezzo-soprano

Mahler Symphony no.2 (Resurrection)

The Academy’s Klemperer Chair of Conducting, Semyon Bychkov, conducts Mahler’s kaleidoscopic reflection on life, redemption and resurrection. Royal Academy Opera students Carrie-Ann Williams and Marvic Monreal perform the solo roles in this monumental work.

There is no interval in this performance, which ends at approximately 9.00pm. This concert is part of Southbank Centre’s Belief and Beyond Belief series, a new festival which explores what it means to be human through the music, art, culture, science, philosophy, ritual and traditions that have risen out of religion in its many guises.

Tickets: £20, £15, £10, £7.50, concessions 50% off (limited availability) available from the Southbank Centre. A booking fee of £1.75 (Members £0.00) will be applied at the checkout.

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