Czech National Symphony Orchestra

Conductor Libor Pesek
Violin Chloe Hanslip

Dvořák Symphony No. 5
Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1
Dvořák Symphony No. 7

In its 20th anniversary year, and under inspirational Chief Conductor Libor Pesek, the Czech National Symphony Orchestra delves into Dvořák as our Symphony Project crosses borders.

Inspired by Brahms, written for London, and stirringly patriotic, the turbulent 7th Symphony is the perfect foil to the less well-known 5th – a sunny Bohemian rhapsody in the key of Beethoven’s ‘Pastoral’ Symphony. In between comes the ever-welcome rhapsody of Bruch’s lyrical G minor Concerto, and a soloist whose “passion and technical bravura are palpable and exciting: the fireworks never stop” (The Times).

This concert is part of the Symphony Project

Enhance your experience

Chamber Concert: Dvořák
Tuesday 12 November, The Lantern, 7.30pm
Tickets: £12.90 (or £8.60 including booking fee when bought with a ticket to this concert)

Pre-concert interview

6.25pm, free with a concert ticket

Bristol based conductor Jonathan James interviews Chloe Hanslip. His insightful interviews provide a compelling and different take on the classical world. No booking is required, just turn up.

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