Mahler Symphony No. 3
Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra
Friday 15 June, 7.30pmBook now
|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
Combined Ladies’ & Children’s Chorus TBC
‘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|
|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
|£1 off each ticket|
Plus an optional £1 postage charge for tickets to be posted.
PLEASE NOTE: Running times are approximate and supplied for guidance only. They may be subject to change.