Rob Roy was an outlaw – and when Hector Berlioz tells his tale in music, you can feel every ounce of drama, adrenalin and (of course) romance. It’s a stirring way to begin a real swashbuckler of a concert: because music doesn’t get wilder or more life-affirming than Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony. Contemporaries thought Beethoven had gone mad. Today, this white-knuckle ride of a symphony has never been more popular – and believe us, when Michael Seal conducts it, he never holds back! First though, the CBSO’s brilliant new leader Eugene Tzikindelean sends the passion off the scale in Ravel’s fiery Tzigane. Hold onto your seats…
This concert was filmed in Symphony Hall, Birmingham on Wednesday 9 December 2020. This video on demand is available to view from 6pm, Thursday 28 January until Friday 26 February 2021 and will be streamed via Vimeo.
Please note that we are currently only able to sell digital concerts to residents within the UK.
Last date to book: Thursday 25 February, 11.59pm