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We are delighted to announce that our Box Office will reopen to the public from Wednesday 26 January 2022, 9.30am – 5pm and we will then revert back to our usual number of 029 2087 8444.

With social distancing restrictions lifting from Friday 28 January 2022, our first show back will be Luther at 7.30pm that evening.

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BBC National Orchestra of Wales

 Carlos Miguel Prieto     Conductor
 Daniel Ciobanu   Piano
   
 Brahms   Symphony No. 1  
 Stravinsky   Concerto in E flat major, 'Dumbarton Oaks'
 Prokofiev   Piano Concerto No 3 in C major
 Brahms   Symphony No 1 in C minor

 

Commissioned as a celebration of the 30th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Robert Woods Bliss, and named after their 19th-century mansion, Stravinsky’s Dumbarton Oaks bubbles with excitement, effortless lyricism and intimately woven melody.

Rapid and percussive passages blend with strident harmony and flowing melodies in a style so distinctive that it can be none other than Prokofiev’s in his Piano Concerto No. 3. To perform this exciting and colourful display piece we’re delighted to introduce audiences in Cardiff and Swansea to the prodigiously talented pianist, Daniel Ciobanu.

From the throbbing intensity of the introduction, through melting lyricism, soaring expressivity and the skill to carefully and creatively transform themes and moods, Brahms first symphony slowly unfolds from the darkly emotional, to blazing, unrestrained triumph. Deeply inspired by Beethoven, Brahms set about writing his first symphony in 1854, but he was immensely self-critical, so it was some 20+ years before he was satisfied enough with the symphony to allow it to be performed… and thank goodness he did, as it’s a true masterpiece! To conduct, we’re thrilled to be joined once again by Carols Miguel Prieto.

Please note that this repertoire is different to that originally advertised.

Main photo: Daniel Ciobanu    Credit: Alex Coman 
Photo below: Carlos Miguel Prieto

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 Standard Price  £10.00 
(Introductory ticket)
Tier 5 
(rear view of the stage and limited legroom)
   £15.00  Tiers 9 & 13, 10 & 12
   £22.00 Tiers 9 & 13 
   £29.00  Tiers, 3, 4, 6 & 7, Tiers 10 & 12 (front)
Front of Side Stalls
   £36.00 Side Stalls, Tier 11 (middle), Front of Centre Stalls 
   £43.00 Centre Stalls, Tiers 1, 2 & 8, Tier 11 (front) Aisle Seats Side Stalls 
 Children Under 16 (Tickets offered subject to availability) FREE with every full price paying adult.  Additional child's ticket - £5.00 each
 Platinum Tickets (including prime seat in Tier 1, a glass of Prosecco and a programme.  NB Only applicable on top price ticket) £51.50
 Friends of St David's Hall | Claimants

(Concessions not available on Platinum or introductory tickets.)

£2.00 off full price ticket
 Students | Under 26 Years
(up until 6.30pm on the day of the performance)
 Student ID must be produced on collection of tickets.
£5.00
(Tiers 10 & 12 and side stalls only)
 Over 65s
(Concessions not available on Platinum or introductory tickets.)
10% off
 Disabled people plus one companion
(Concessions not available on Platinum or introductory tickets.)
Half Price
 Wheelchair users plus one companion 
(Please book early to avoid disappointment, please contact Box Office on 02920 878444.)

Stalls tickets for the lowest ticket price for each concert (excluding the £10.00 ticket). 

 Groups of 10 or more (please contact Box Office on 02920 878444) £1.50 off each full-price ticket
 Groups of 20 or more (please contact Box Office on 02920 878444) £2.50 off each full-price ticket
 Time Credits (please contact Box Office on 02920 878444)
2 Credits


Plus an optional £1.50 postage fee.
For Hynt tickets, please contact Box Office on 02920 878444.  Limited availability – please book early to avoid disappointment.

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