3rd May 2013

8.00pm
Price : €10 - €35.00 / Conc. €9 - €32.00

ADDRESS

National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35314170000
info@nch.ie

WEB

www.nch.ie

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Glory to God and Rugby

Room: Main Auditorium

RTEnational symphony orchestra

ailish tynan soprano (replacing mairéad buicke)

rté philharmonic choir (mark hindley chorus master)

celso antunes conductor (replacing pascal rophé)

franck  symphony in d minor [37’]

honegger  rugby [8’]

poulenc  gloria [28’]

 

With its compelling blend of french and german influences, franck’s only symphony contributed to a revival of the form in his native france in the late 19th century. and no wonder: it brims over with drama, emotion and rich, ripe melodies that catch the ear and the imagination. celso antunes, replacing the previously advertised pascal rophé, makes his rté nso debut conducting it, together with honegger’s spirited rugby, which offers all the thrills and spills of a game in full flow, and poulenc’s celebratory, gloriously ebullient and joyous gloria, with the rté philharmonic choir and mullingar-born soprano ailish tynan replacing mairéad buicke.

Soundings, 7pm: guest talk

Organist mark duley on franck’s symphony and legacy for organists

Ticket Information:

prices: €35, €30, €24, €18, €10

concessions €32, €27, €22, €16, €9

10% discount for groups of 10 or more

5% discount for groups of 5 or more and rté nso season subscribers

book your meal deal for this concert by adding the promo code mealdeal in the promo code box provided.

Presented by the RTE National Symphony Orchestra

Glory to God and Rugby

3rd May 2013

8.00pm
Price : €10 - €35.00 / Conc. €9 - €32.00

ADDRESS

National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35314170000
info@nch.ie

WEB

www.nch.ie

Share

Room: Main Auditorium

RTEnational symphony orchestra

ailish tynan soprano (replacing mairéad buicke)

rté philharmonic choir (mark hindley chorus master)

celso antunes conductor (replacing pascal rophé)

franck  symphony in d minor [37’]

honegger  rugby [8’]

poulenc  gloria [28’]

 

With its compelling blend of french and german influences, franck’s only symphony contributed to a revival of the form in his native france in the late 19th century. and no wonder: it brims over with drama, emotion and rich, ripe melodies that catch the ear and the imagination. celso antunes, replacing the previously advertised pascal rophé, makes his rté nso debut conducting it, together with honegger’s spirited rugby, which offers all the thrills and spills of a game in full flow, and poulenc’s celebratory, gloriously ebullient and joyous gloria, with the rté philharmonic choir and mullingar-born soprano ailish tynan replacing mairéad buicke.

Soundings, 7pm: guest talk

Organist mark duley on franck’s symphony and legacy for organists

Ticket Information:

prices: €35, €30, €24, €18, €10

concessions €32, €27, €22, €16, €9

10% discount for groups of 10 or more

5% discount for groups of 5 or more and rté nso season subscribers

book your meal deal for this concert by adding the promo code mealdeal in the promo code box provided.

Presented by the RTE National Symphony Orchestra

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