| Dvořák‘The Noonday Witch’
TchaikovskySymphony No. 4
Dvořák wrote some highly colourful symphonic poems, which graphically illustrate rather grisly stories. The Mendelssohn concerto is rightfully one of the most loved of all concertos. The symphony opens dramatically with a foreboding ‘fate’ motif which leads us through gloom, melancholy and recovery to a joyous finale based on Russian folksong.
Date(s) - Saturday 8th Mar, 2008
The Great Hall, Ravensbourne School