When: 24th Nov 2014
Where: Queen Elizabeth Hall
“This edition of The Night Shift begins with a very moreish appetizer: a sprinkle of delicate Norwegian Romanticism from Grieg on top of a slice of rich, string-based intensity in the form of Elgar’s Sospiri. And all within the space of about ten minutes.
However, the meat of tonight’s hour-long programme comes from a much more complex beast. Dvorak’s Serenade for Strings achieves a level of coolness that most of us can only dream of. It’s got it all – drama, energy, passion, a melancholic bent – yet somehow manages to remain perfectly level-headed and composed. Maybe one day, eh?”
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