Vassily Sinaisky and the renowned St Petersburg Philharmonic return to Birmingham for a programme of Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff and Mahler.

Prokofiev’s Haydn-inspired Classical Symphony sits alongside Rachmaninoff’s Third Piano Concerto, the most technically challenging of the composer’s piano concertos. The brilliant and inimitable soloist Freddy Kempf needs no introduction to Birmingham audiences. After the concerto, Irish soprano Anna Devin joins the orchestra for the warmth and intimacy of Mahler’s Fourth Symphony.

Pre-concert conversation at 6:15pm with Freddy Kempf. 
This conversation will be signed by a British Sign Language interpreter.