“I have slandered the sea…it is beautiful enough to defy all comparisons…” Debussy was his own toughest critic: La Mer is the most gorgeous seascape ever painted by an orchestra, just as Ravel’s La Valse evokes a whole, sumptuous civilisation in impressionist colours. Under the inspirational Alexandre Bloch, the Orchestre National de Lille brings an unmistakably Gallic style, as well as a chance to hear 2018 Leeds Piano Competition winner Eric Lu in Beethoven’s most poetic – and personal - concerto.
Symphony HallSymphony Hall, Birmingham, B1 2EA
£12.50, £23, £33, £41.50, £48
(*inc. per ticket commission)
Birmingham Classical 2019/2020 Season Concessions:
Kids Go Free: One free ticket per child (aged 16 and under) for every adult ticket purchased
Family Plus: One free ticket per child (aged 16 and under) for every adult ticket purchased. £5 for additional child tickets (aged 16 and under). No additional adult ticket necessary.
Under 30s: £5 tickets. Must be collected in person with valid form of ID.
Variable concessions available for Passport to Leisure holders, Benefit recipients, Wheelchair Users, Disabled Patrons.
Birmingham Classical 2019/2020 Group and School Savings
Groups of 11+: 20% off
Groups of 20+: 20% off plus 2 complimentary organiser tickets
Groups of 60+: 30% off plus 2 complimentary organiser tickets
Schools: £5 tickets per pupil/teacher
*A £3 per ticket commission is charged when you book through Town Hall Symphony Hall’s Box Office – online, by phone or in person.
Group Bookings, by phone or in person, are subject to a £1 ticket commission. There is no per ticket commission on tickets under £13.
Wheelchair Users and Disabled Patrons
If you require a wheelchair position (subject to availability) please call the Box Office on 0121 780 4949.
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