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Experience Brahms’s 2nd Piano Concerto at Ulster Hall.

Brahms was an absolute master of writing for the piano. He knew the sonorities of the instrument so well and was able to blend tenderness with drama in the most remarkable of ways.   
Sibelius wrote his Second Symphony while travelling in Italy and always claimed that it was inspired by the story of Don Juan, while Finnish audiences heard in it their struggle for independence from Russia. Whichever story you believe, the Second brings this concert to a richly romantic close.
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  • Standard £10.00-£32.00

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