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Sir Simon Rattle conducts Bruckner at the Royal Festival Hall – 22nd April 2016

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Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment Principal Artist Sir Simon Rattle joins the  OAE’s 30th birthday celebrations at the Royal Festival Hall.

Having been associated with the Orchestra almost since its inception, Sir Simon Rattle leads the Orchestra in a performance of Bruckner.

Although Bruckner’s Sixth Symphony is considered one of his lighter works, it maintains the depth and majesty that are associated with many of his compositions.

It is accompanied by the Mahler-like Scherzo from Symphony in E by Hans Rott, a composer who studied organ with Bruckner himself.

Programme

Johannes Brahms: Tragic Overture

Hans Rott: Scherzo from Symphony in E

Interval

Anton Bruckner: Symphony No.6

Performers

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Sir Simon Rattle conductor

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