Mahler "Resurrection" Symphony No. 2

7:30 pm, Monday, May 15, 2017
Barbican Hall, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS

Epiphoni join forces with Kensington Symphony Orchestra and Pegasus choir, for a landmark debut at The Barbican Centre, in the main hall.

The central work of the evening will be Mahler’s epic, transcendental “Resurrection” Symphony No. 2.

It is also the world premiere of Symphony No. 4 by Matthew Taylor, specially commissioned for the occasion — the orchestra’s 60th anniversary.

Conducted by Russell Keable.

Tickets: £30, £25, £20, £17.50, £15

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Nearest tube: Barbican, Moorgate, St Paul's

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Matthew Taylor – Symphony No. 4 (world premiere)
Gustav Mahler – Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection”

Kiandra Howarth, soprano
Caitlin Hulcup, mezzo-soprano

Choirs: The Epiphoni Consort, Pegasus, Vox Cordis

Kensington Symphony Orchestra
Russell Keable, conductor

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