Arctic Circles

Arctic Circles

A concert full of surprising musical and emotional connections between the works of the first half and the towering masterpiece of the second. Here are circles of time; a moving meditation on early death; mercurial unpredictability; and a glimpse of the eternal.

Handel/ Halvorsen Passacaglia
Dowland The King of Denmark's Galliard (from Lachrymae)
Nielsen Ved en Ung Kunstners
Baare – At the bier of a young artist
Brustad 3 capricci
Cantus Arcticus - improvisation on the theme
Svendsen String octet in A major, op. 3

Artists to include:
Carrasco Hjelm | Kraggerud | Mitchell | Pensola | Sundqvist | Thedéen | Ticciati | Tikkanen | L. A.Tomter | Vaernes

Pre-Concert Talk:

A ticket for this event includes entry to the preceding PRE-CONCERT TALK: COMPOSERS PODIUM During the booking process, you'll be asked to confirm if you'd like to attend or not.

Duration: 2 hours with interval

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Please note, Wheelchair Spaces cannot be booked online for this event. To book a Wheelchair Space, please call 01865 305 305 for availability.

Free tickets are available for under-25s. Please email CAVATINA@OCMF.NET to reserve a ticket (limited number available so early booking recommended). Not available to book through Tickets Oxford.

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