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Mahler Symphony No. 3


I. I Pan Awakes, Summer Marches In 
II. What the Flowers in the Meadow Tell Me 
III. What the Animals in the Forest Tell Me
IV. What Man Tells Me
V. What the Angels Tell Me
VI. What Love Tells Me

Michael Bell
 - Conductor
Kate Woolveridge - Mezzo-Soprano
WNO Community Chorus

‘A symphony must be like a world. It must contain everything.’

So said Gustav Mahler to fellow composer Sibelius, and Mahler’s remark was nowhere better exemplified
than in his amazing 90-minute Symphony No. 3.

Scored for huge orchestra, two choruses and soloist this an epic and magical work, and is one of the
most engrossing and uplifting works ever written – Mahler’s hymn to Nature.

Originally each of the six movements had a title, but were later removed by the composer. They
give us an idea of what Mahler had in mind when composing this work.

If you’ve never heard Mahler’s Symphony No. 3 live, this a rare chance to hear a work that will move you,
excite you, entrance you and can take your breath away with its sheer majesty.

Not to be missed!

Standard Price £6.50   Stalls (C-E sides), Tier 3 (rear), 7 (rear), 9 & 13
£9.50 Stalls (C-E centre) Tiers 10, 12, 3 (front) and 7 (front)
£11.50 Tiers 2, 8, 11
£17.50 Stalls
£23.50 Tier 1
Children under 16 £6.50 any area  
16 - 25 year olds £8.50  
Friends of St David's Hall | Students | Over 60s | Claimants £2 off top two prices  
Wheelchair user plus one companion £6.50 each ticket (available on single tickets only, not on Series Offer)  
Groups of 10 or more
(please contact Box Office on
02920 878443)
£1 off each ticket  

Plus an optional £1 postage charge for tickets to be posted.