Thomas Adès. Photo: Brian Voice
Thomas Adès. Photo: Brian Voice

CBSO Thomas Adès: New Horizons

Part of CBSO Season 2013/14

Wednesday 11 June

Symphony Hall

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As both internationally-renowned composer and visionary conductor, Thomas Adès is one of the most compelling figures in the contemporary arts, bringing a unique insight to everything he performs.

Today, Ravel’s fairy-tale ballet and Adès’ own orchestral tour de force Tevot (composed for the Berlin Philharmonic) book-end two fantastic premieres from renowned contemporary pianist Nicolas Hodges: the exuberant piano concertino No seré yo quien diga nada by the young Spanish composer Francisco Coll, and a new Piano Concerto by musical maverick Gerald Barry.

6.15pm Free pre-concert talk. The Irish composer introduces his brand new Piano Concerto – interviewed by Stephen Maddock.

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Thomas Adès conductor
Nicolas Hodges piano

Ravel Mother Goose (complete) 28’
Gerald Barry Piano Concerto (CBSO co-commission: UK premiere) 20’
Francisco Coll No seré yo quien diga nada (UK premiere) 10’
Thomas Adès Tevot 22’

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Symphony Hall

  • 32 Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EA, West Midlands, United Kingdom
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