Lawrence Foster Conductor
Szymon Nehring Piano
A savage fanfare blasts out, but for Tchaikovsky this wasn’t just music but the sound of Fate itself. His Fourth Symphony tells the story of his emotional struggle – an electrifying showcase for the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, visiting Scotland as part of our year-long celebration of Polish culture. Naturally, they’re playing Chopin, with the award-winning Szymon Nehring on piano. But they’re also bringing Elgar’s stormy musical salute to a war-torn Poland, 110 years after Elgar himself conducted the RSNO.
Chopin Piano Concerto No2
Tchaikovsky Symphony No4
Event Cancelled | Click for further details
Please see the following statement from the Promoter:
“We are very sorry to announce that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the scheduled Polish National Radio Symphony concert on the 5th March 2021 has been cancelled.
We appreciate that this decision will come as a disappointment and we apologise for any inconvenience this will cause. Ultimately we have a responsibility to protect the well-being of the Orchestra, Staff and you the Audience.
The Orchestra hope to perform at Usher Hall in a future year once touring becomes feasible again.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.”
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