This concert makes its way to Egypt by way of Greece for Saint-Saëns’ delightful Fifth Piano Concerto.
Saint-Saëns was an inveterate traveller with a particular love for North Africa and this concerto earns its nickname not only because it was written on one of the composer’s many holidays in Luxor, but also because it is some of Saint-Saëns’ most exotic writing, containing references to Javanese, Spanish and Middle Eastern musical traditions.
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More than 150 years after its opening, The Ulster Hall continues to play a strong part in the cultural life of Belfast.
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