There’s nothing quite like hearing Saint-Saëns’ Third Symphony played live. The orchestra thunders, there’s a sudden silence, and then – with one mighty chord – the organ practically blows the roof off. Well, they call it the “Organ Symphony” for a reason, and City Organist Thomas Trotter delivers the fireworks today: crowning a cavalcade of tuneful favourites by Sibelius, Widor, Dukas and Ravel.
Special discounts policy applies; please check when booking. The CBSO Benevolent Fund is a registered friendly society, no. 735F, supporting CBSO players and staff.