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    2012: Rapture and Revelry

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    Until 28 Oct
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    Sir Mark Elder
    Benjamin Ealovega

    The London Philharmonic Orchestra shares music with a sense of humour in a performance broadcast from the Royal Festival Hall.

    Comedy is a serious business. Beethoven knew that in 1812 when his firecracker of an Eighth Symphony cheerfully booted the Classical rule-book out of the window.

    Richard Strauss definitely knew it when he gave a classic French comedy an outrageous orchestral makeover.

    Le bourgeois gentilhomme features instrumental pyrotechnics, mouthwatering melodies and a full-scale orchestral dinner party that goes uproariously wrong.

    Imagine what it’ll sound like in the hands of distinguished conductor Sir Mark Elder.

    This event is pre-recorded exclusively for the Southbank Centre.

    Performers
    • London Philharmonic Orchestra
    • Sir Mark Elder conductor *
    • Pieter Schoeman violin
    • Tania Mazzetti violin
    Repertoire
    • Anna Clyne: Prince of Clouds - Concerto for 2 violins & string orchestra
    • R Strauss: Le bourgeois gentilhomme - Suite
    • Beethoven: Symphony No.8

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    This concert will be available to view for free seven days after it is first broadcast. After seven days, it will only be available to Marquee TV subscribers.

    * Please note change of conductor from originally advertised.

    Dates

    Until 28 Oct

    Price

    • Standard entryFree

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    Streaming is provided by Marquee TV on behalf of the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Southbank Centre.

    Please ensure that you have access to a stable WiFi network in order to watch the event. More information on how to access the stream is available when you click through to the website

    This concert will be available to view for free for seven days, after which it will only be available to Marquee TV subscribers.

    Full details on how to view

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