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OAE: Der Rosenkavalier

Part of Classical Season

The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment goes to the cinema with this recreation of a remarkable cinema version of Strauss’ opera Der Rosenkavalier.

Roll the clocks back to 1926 for this historically informed performance featuring a big-screen adaptation of Der Rosenkavalier that was once thought lost.

This painstakingly restored silent film captures the subtleties of the opera’s comedy, and is accompanied by a live orchestra playing the music Strauss himself wrote for the film.

Tom Kemp conducts the chamber orchestra – as Strauss himself did at the Tivoli Theatre on The Strand at the film’s London premiere.

Before the film, soprano Miah Persson sings some of Strauss’ best-loved songs, just as they served as a prelude to the main event back in 1926.

Performers

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Thomas Kemp conductor
Miah Persson soprano

Repertoire

R Strauss: Morgen, Op.27 No.4; Ich trage meine Minne, Op.32 No.1; Cäcilie, Op.27 No.2; Allerseelen, Op.10 No.8; Ruhe, meine Seele, Op.27 No.1; Du meines Herzens Krönelein, Op.21 No.2; Auf stillem Waldespfad, Op.9 No.1; Liebeshymnus, Op.32 No.3
Interval
R Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier - film score

Dates & times

17 May 2018
Approximate run time: 180 mins

where

Queen Elizabeth Hall

Pricing

£10 - £60
Booking fee: £1.75 (Members £0.00)
£10, £25, £40, £60

Concessions

50% off (limited availability)
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need to know

Performance time
Please note start time of 7pm.

Related events
Queen Elizabeth Hall at 5.45pm: pre-concert talk. Admission free.

Ticketing
Book multiple Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment events in the same transaction and receive a discount.

2 – 3 events (15% discount)
4 – 7 events (20% discount)
8 or more events (25% discount)

Children and student £5 tickets are available for every concert. These discounts, and the £5 tickets, are not available on Premium seats.

before & after

A unique space set in the railway arches between Waterloo Station and Royal Festival Hall
Couple having a cocktail in Ping Pong restaurant at the Southbank Centre
At Chinese restaurant Ping Pong, a buzzing cocktail bar meets the delights of dim sum