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Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony


The Soviet authorities called Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony an “optimistic tragedy”, but we just know that it’s one of the twentieth century’s ultimate musical epics: a huge, shatteringly powerful portrait of a human spirit battling impossible odds. It’ll make a gripping showcase for the young British conductor Nicholas Collon, who’s paired it with jewel-like miniatures by Ravel and Britten’s luminous songs, sung by the wonderful Sophie Bevan.

Saturday 28 7.00PMApril2018-04-28T19:00:00Z2018-04-28T20:50:00Z


Symphony Hall

Broad Street

B1 2EA Birmingham GB

0121 780 3333

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