Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Brilliant Britten:
A Centenary Celebration


Friday 29 November 2013, 19:30

BrittenBeethoven - Coriolan Overture
Butterworth - On the Banks of Green Willow
Britten - Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal
Britten - What the Wild Flowers Tell Me
Britten - (arrangement of Mahler’s
Britten - Symphony No.3, 2nd Movt)
Britten - Soirées Musicales
Holst - St. Paul’s Suite
Britten - Selection of Folk Songs
Britten - Four Sea Interludes

Conductor: Nicholas Cleobury
Tenor: David Butt Philip

To mark the centenary of Benjamin Britten’s birth, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra presents a very special tribute to the Lowestoft-born composer. Born on 22nd November 1913, St. Cecilia’s Day (the patron saint of music), Britten wrote almost one hundred major works all composed with accessibility in mind. This popular programme provides a snapshot of his finest pieces, comprising original orchestral and vocal works alongside Britten’s own arrangements (of music by Mahler and Rossini), two pieces composed by fellow British composers during the year of his birth and Beethoven’s Coriolan Overture, a piece Britten championed.

Stalls & Front Circle: £29.50, Upper Circle: £26.50, Rear Circle: £23.50
Concessions & Waveney Sinfonia Members: Stalls & Front Circle: £27.50, Upper Circle: £24.50  
Rear Circle: £21.50  Theatre Friends & Friends of the RPO: Stalls & Front Circle: £26.50
Upper Circle: £23.50 Rear Circle: £20.50
Group rate (40 or more): £25.50 each on top priced seats.

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