Date(s) - 15/03/2019
Taking her lead from sensual French poetry, Clyne depicts a woman travelling in the dead of night with music that is both sinister and joyous. Gershwin’s concerto elegantly brings jazz into the concert hall, tempering Broadway sassiness with classical restraint. Elgar’s Variations manages a similar balance between the light-hearted and the noble, with thirteen sketches of his friends and an astute self-portrait.
Concessions, Student Tickets and Family Tickets available.
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