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The London Philharmonic Orchestra in Eastbourne

Poetry and Passion was fantastic in February with conductor Gergely Madaras and Alexandra Jupin Award Winner, Zlatomir Fung, who was spell binding on the Cello.

Don't miss either of the last two concerts:

Romantic Journeys
Sunday 26 March 2023 | 3.00pm

Congress Theatre Tickets £16–£31 Premium seats £36
Book 01323 412000 /

Mendelssohn Symphony No. 3 (Scottish)
Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3

Patrick Hahn conductor
Tom Borrow piano

On a summer evening in Edinburgh, amid the ruins of Holyrood Castle, the young Felix Mendelssohn imagined the first notes of his ‘Scottish’ Symphony. It’s all there in the music, and in the hands of guest conductor Patrick Hahn, it’ll spring vividly to life: highland mists,warring clans, and melodies as heady as a single malt. And then comes the piece they call the ‘Everest of Piano Concertos’, a concerto so overwhelming (and so romantic) that even Rachmaninoff himself had to practise twice as hard before playing it. But our soloist Tom Borrow is the kind of young artist who makes anything seem possible.

Imaginary Landscapes
Sunday 16 April 2023 | 3.00pm

Congress Theatre Tickets £16–£31 Premium seats £36
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Mendelssohn Hebrides Overture
Dvořák Violin Concerto
Brahms Symphony No. 3

Chloé van Soeterstède conductor
Tai Murray violin

‘Free but Happy’: that’s the motto that Johannes Brahms coded into the notes of his Third Symphony, and from its epic opening to its final, radiant sunset, it’s unmistakably the work of a Romantic with a capital R – the perfect climax to a concert that begins amid the windand waves of the Hebrides, in Mendelssohn’s much-loved overture. You can practically taste the sea-spray. And then our charismatic guest conductor Chloé van Soeterstède joins forces with the ‘spellbinding’ (The Guardian) violinist Tai Murray to rediscover the Violin Concerto by Brahms’s great friend Dvořák: songs,dances,and soaring melodies.