Far from all he loved, Sergei Rachmaninov surrendered to his memories and his Symphonic Dances use the loneliness of exile from Russia with the sheer electricity of jazz-age America. They’re the beating heart of a concert that sweeps from John Adams’s fabulous ‘tango for orchestra’, to the sumptuous romance of Rachmaninov’s epic Third Piano Concerto. Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii has received standing ovations each and every time he has visited The Bridgewater Hall. Join us for another spellbinding performance.
Journey Through Music
Discounted tickets are available for families with the Journey Through Music scheme. Quote BBCJTM when booking.