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NSO: Maxim Vengerov plays Sibelius

NSO: Maxim Vengerov plays Sibelius


NSO: Maxim Vengerov plays Sibelius


David Brophy, conductor
Maxim Vengerov, violin

Haydn Symphony No. 46
Sibelius Violin Concerto
Beethoven Symphony No. 7

The phenomenal Maxim Vengerov joins forces with the National Symphony Orchestra for one of the truly great violin concertos in an unmissable return visit.

Haunting, heart-aching and heavenly by turns, expect fireworks aplenty in Sibelius’s wildly romantic Violin Concerto, lit up by dazzling virtuoso displays.

Uneasy, restless, searching, and shot through with lyrical melancholy, Haydn’s 46th Symphony, a Sturm und Drang (‘storm and stress’) masterpiece, brims with one characteristic surprise after another before its ebulliently witty end. 

Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 is a work of extreme contrasts that begins in sunlit optimism and ends in fury, the whole carried along by a stirring heroic grandeur.

In advance of this concert Maxim Vengerov will work with three students in a public master class with the National Symphony Orchestra on Wednesday 20th March 2024. Tickets for the master class can be booked here

Presented by NCH
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Friday 22 Mar 2024
Main Stage
€25, €39.50, €47.50, €59.50
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