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International Concert Series 2017-18

Gwasgwch yma i ddarllen y wybodaeth yn Gymraeg / Press here to read this info in Welsh.

From Stuttgart to St Petersburg…
Thirteen World Class Concerts

Whether your taste is for classical, choral or cutting edge, this year’s International Concert Series has something for you. With visiting orchestras and ensembles from St Petersburg and Stuttgart, as well as some of the UK’s finest from Birmingham, London, Manchester and Cardiff, together with some of today’s most respected soloists, we’re sure you’ll want to join us for some or even all of the concerts on offer. Take a few minutes to look through this page.

INTERNATIONAL SOLOISTS
A fabulous line up of outstanding soloists to include pianists Piotr Anderszewski, Rudolf Buchbinder, John Lill and Francesco Piemontesi, along with violinists Pekka Kuusisto and Maxim Vengerov and clarinettist Sergio Castello-Lopez.

Please click here for a copy of our International Concert Series 2017-18 season brochure.

CONCERT PACKAGES

Benefits of booking a package:

  • You can save up to 20% on your tickets and, if you book now, you can pay over six months (interest free), making your money go even further
  • First choice of seats for all our featured concerts this year
  • A Subscribers Discount Card
  • Buy additional tickets now, or nearer the time, for friends and family at your subscription discount rate
  • Buy your programmes in advance and get a discount – £3.00 in advance, £3.50 on the day.

Benefits of booking all 10 concerts:

  • 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 Cafe Celf and L3 Bar
  • A whole year of superb concert going to look forward to!
No of concerts 10
Discount  5%   5%   10%   10%   15%   15%   20% 

Please book via Box office on 02920 878444.

GROUP BOOKINGS
Early Bird - book and pay before 2nd September.
Groups of 10 or more: £3 off full price ticket, £1.50 off after this date.
Groups of 20 or more £4 off full price ticket, £2.50 off after this date.
Please contact the Box Office on our groups booking hotline, tel no: 029 2087 8443.  St David’s Hall, The Hayes, Cardiff, CF10 1AH.

INTRODUCTORY TICKET: £10.00
St David’s Hall is committed to promoting orchestral and classical music to as wide and diverse an audience as possible. So if you are not sure that a classical music concert is your cup of tea, or you simply may wish to test the orchestral concerts waters for the first time and experience first hand the amazing sound of an orchestral concert, then this introductory price of £10 won’t break the bank! Who knows, you may just love it!

HEAR LIVE MUSIC FOR £5.00...
Aged 16-25? You could enjoy these concerts for only £5.00.
 Just join our free music and drama
club exclusively for 16-25 year olds. Each concert has a limited number of seats at this
special “React” price. To join, email us at artsactive@cardiff.gov.uk.

ICS EXTRAS  
The International Concert Series (ICS) is at the heart of our classical music programme here at St David’s Hall. We have an array of “ICS: Extras” to accompany the series including extra concerts, a Young Composers’ Scheme, a variety of pre-concert talks, a schools’ programme and a selection of ‘Pay What You Will’ contemporary lunchtime concerts. Visit www.stdavidshallcardiff.co.uk/whats-on/international-concert-series to keep up-to-date with what’s on offer. The ICS: Extras initiative has been made possible through the support of The National Lottery.

LEFEL 1
Lefel 1 is the exciting new studio space we are developing in the former restaurant area. In addition to being a space to present music performances by, for and  with young people, it’s a great space for more informal activity including our ICS: Extras events.

ICS: PRE-PERFORMANCE
FREE before the main ICS concert at 6:30pm. We’ve a variety of talks and presentations taking place pre-concert to give you further insight into the evening’s performance. Perfect if you are unfamiliar with some of the programme but highly informative even if they are cherished favourites.

ICS: YOUNG ARTISTS
Talented young performers who live or study in Cardiff will have the opportunity to give their own short recitals and concerts throughout the year inspired and influenced by the concerts in the ICS.

ICS: FINAL NOTES
After every ICS concert, we host a 30 minute event in our Lefel 1 studio. ICS: Final Notes offers live musical performance from some of our favourite local musicians, as well as a chance to engage in musical discussion in a relaxed, friendly environment.

ICS: YOUNG COMPOSERS
Once a month we’ll be holding a workshop clinic for young composersin South Wales. They’ll have the opportunity to get advice and feedback from experienced composers and hear their music tried out by professional players. There’ll be opportunities for some of the work created by members of the group to be presented as part of our young artists’ showcase.

ICS: CONTEMPORARY LUNCHTIME
A series of lunchtime concerts, featuring a programme of the finest contemporary music performed by
internationally acclaimed artists and ensembles. A Pay What You Will initiative, this offers a chance to sample the diverse array of high-quality new classical music.

The National Concert Hall of Wales is owned, managed and funded by Cardiff Council.  St David's Hall is supported by the Arts Council of Wales.

     

The Hallé

Wednesday 1 November, 7.30pm

Sir Mark Elder and Britain’s oldest symphony orchestra have cooked up a wonderful feast of French and Russian music with a distinct Spanish flavour.

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WNO Orchestra

Thursday 23 November, 7.30pm

Welsh National Opera Orchestra deliver a present Mahler and Shostakovich: a cycle of orchestral songs with a barnstorming symphony recalling wartime Leningrad.

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The Sixteen

Sunday 17 December, 3.00pm

Drawing on a wealth of composers past and present, The Sixteen light up another Christmas concert with this adventurous choral hamper.

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WNO Orchestra

Sunday 14 January, 3.00pm

Welsh National Opera Orchestra and its Czech Music Director Tomáš Hanus bring you two perennials from Beethoven and Dvořák and one of the world’s greatest violin concertos.

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Florilegium

Thursday 25 January, 7.30pm

The distinguished period-instrument ensemble Florilegium returns to play all of Bach’s six Brandenburg Concertos – an absolute joy for lovers of Bach.

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Angela Hewitt

Sunday 8 April, 3.00pm

Canadian Pianist Angela Hewitt will bring all her insight and experience as a Bach specialist to perform one of the greatest keyboard works of the 18th century.

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WNO Orchestra

Sunday 29 April, 3.00pm

Music of striking colour, charm and power, pulse through a popular programme featuring fabulous music by Prokofiev, Grieg and Beethoven – with Peter Donohoe and Tomáš Hanus.

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