Sat 18 Mar, Oxford Town Hall
Built in 1897 to Victorian architecture, the Main Hall seats 730 and the Assembly Room seats 200.
Capacity: 700 - 900
Facilities: No parking facilities..Refreshments sometimes available if arranged by promoter. Disabled access.
Oxford Symphony Orchestra
Josef Strauss Music of the Spheres
Dvořák Piano Concerto
Sibelius Symphony No. 5
Julian Trevelyan piano
Robert Max conductor
Sibelius's orchestral music is much-loved by concert audiences and his Fifth Symphony is described by Classic FM as having 'the greatest finale of all time'. Sibelius's love of nature here comes to the fore with an exultant theme inspired by the magnificent sight of swans flying in formation. Josef Strauss provides a magical opening to the concert with a sparkling waltz and the centrepiece is Dvořák's tuneful and warm-hearted Piano Concerto.
Julian Trevelyan, soloist in the concerto, is a BBC Young Musician keyboard finalist and a prizewinning pianist with an exceptional international competition record.
Duration: 2 hours inc interval
Children under the age of 16 may attend free of charge with an accompanying adult.