Two of the composers in this show come from areas of the world where cultures meet and
mingle. Ghazaros Saryan was from Armenia, tucked to the East of Turkey between Europe
and the Middle East.
You can definitely hear it in the intriguing and unusual harmonies. The
music is creepy, enigmatic and…over in a flash. Glazunov was from St. Petersburg, a city
where European and Russian cultures meet – and that’s reflected in the music too.
from the day said ‘This work is a treasure’ so this is your chance to see if you agree. Finally
we’ve got music from Mozart.
Starting off with dark, threatening music, Mozart flips the
switch for the ending, a blaze of optimism and joy sending you off into your interval drinks
Enjoy a cosy, friendly night of music with the string players of own Royal Northern Sinfonia.
It’s a brilliant chance to hear them work in a smaller group and in a more intimate setting.
They’re playing two quartets, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ghazaros Saryan, and
Alexander Glazunov’s Quintet. Alexander LOVED the cello so he added an extra one to the
usual quartet line up.
Accessibility for shows
All wheelchair access must be booked through the box office (can’t be booked online).
This allocation is Stalls Right Row AA, if any are available at the time of booking. Early booking is advisable for all shows.
Allocation is for the wheelchair user and one other person in this row. If your party is larger than two, then you will be required to purchase tickets elsewhere in the auditorium or as close as we can.
The team at the box office will work with anyone on an individual basis for limited mobility seating as everyone’s needs vary, just give us a call and we can help.