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Dresden Philharmonic 07/10/15
Wed 7 Oct at 7:30 PM
Whether you're devoted to Russian Romantics, choral music, the best of Baroque or the latest new composers, you'll find something to suit you in St David's Hall's latest International Concert Season. We've got twelve incredibly diverse concerts lined up, given by some of the world's greatest orchestras, conductors, soloists and choirs. Take a few minutes to have a look at what's on offer ...
Steeped in the great German classics, the renowned Dresden Philharmonic brings burnished Brahms and Wagner and the romantic warmth of Rachmaninov to St David's Hall.
Armonico Consort return with works of Baroque passion: Purcell's great opera to hopeless love, Dido and Aeneas and Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, written in the last weeks of the young twenty-five year old composer's life.
Over recent years WNO Orchestra has taken audiences beyond the greatest hits on a journey of discovery, exploring often overlooked masterpieces of classical music. This season that journey continues with concerts celebrating masters of 20th Century music as well as a concert of inspiring new music.
Look out for a special season devoted to Rachmaninov's music as part of St David's Hall's International Concert Season and in other venues around Cardiff during the autumn months.
Not since the days of John Williams has a guitarist captured the imagination of the public like Miloš Karadaglić, making his first visit to St David's Hall with Rodrigo's Concerto de Aranjuez and a mini-recital as part of a concert with the Royal Northern Sinfonia. .
A line up of international soloists including pianists Peter Donohoe, Andrei Korobeinikov, Noriko Ogawa and Ingulf Wunder; guitarist Miloš Karadaglić, soprano Elin Manahan Thomas and clarinetist Mark van de Wiel.
Hot-on-the-heels of his eagerly awaited Gershwin night at St David's Hall, John Wilson returns with the Philharmonia Orchestra in great English classics by Vaughan Williams and Finzi.
As quintessentially seasonal as mistletoe, The Sixteen are back with another concert of well-known favourites, special treats and something a bit unusual for the Christmas stocking.
The Moscow State Symphony Orchestra under their legendary conductor Pavel Kogan return with classics by Prokofiev and Shostakovich.
Enjoy these concerts with all the family. For every full-paying adult, one child can attend free-of-charge (additional children can attend for just £5.00 each).
• An invitation to our party on the opening night of the season
• Two free lunchtime concerts of your choice
• A discount card entitling you to 10% off sandwiches, cakes and hot drinks in
Art Café Celf and L3 Bar
• A whole year of superb concert going to look forward to!
For full information on tickets prices and availability telephone Box Office on 029 2087 8444 where a member of the team will be pleased to assist.
Wed 7 Oct at 7:30 PM
Tue 20 Oct at 7:30 PM
Wed 4 Nov at 7:30 PM
Thu 12 Nov at 7:30 PM
Wed 2 Dec at 7:30 PM
Fri 11 Dec at 7:30 PM
Sun 10 Jan at 3:00 PM
Sun 7 Feb at 3:00 PM
Sun 13 Mar at 5:00 PM
Sun 1 May at 3:00 PM
Tue 17 May at 7:30 PM
Fri 20 May at 7:30 PM