Santtu-Matias Rouvali conductor
Alban Gerhardt cello

SMETANA Vltava, from M Vlast
ELGAR Cello Concerto
HOLST The Planets

The haunting beauty of Elgar’s Cello Concerto sits alongside Holst’s planetary masterpiece. Holst took his inspiration from the astrological rather than the astronomical, journeying through Mars, the apocalyptic Bringer of War; a tranquil Venus; Mercury’s winged messenger; Jupiter, the stately Bringer of Jollity; Saturn’s old age, Uranus The Magician and finally, a dreamy Neptune, The Mystic.

22nd Apr

Philharmonia Orchestra - Holst: The Planets

  • Classical & Opera
  • Tiered Seating

£13 £17 £23 £29 £33 £36
Concessions £11 £15 £21 £27 £31 £34
Students and under 25s £5

Running times
6.30pm Bars and kiosk open
7.30pm First half
8.20pm Interval
8.40pm - 9.35pm Second half
Please note timings are approximate and subject to change.

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