Sunday 18 March 2018

Sheku Kanneh-Mason

Sheku Kanneh-Mason picture to come

Hexagon, Reading 7.30pm

Conductor: Ian Brown

Cello: Sheku Kanneh-Mason

For our annual Hexagon concert in the spring, the young and prodigiously talented cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason will perform Elgar’s masterpiece Cello Concerto. Sheku won the BBC Young Musician competition in 2016, aged 17, and was chosen to play an arrangement of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah at the televised 2017 BAFTA awards at the Royal Albert Hall. In the second half, we play Mahler’s revolutionary Symphony No 1 ‘Titan’, which he composed for 100 players at the age of 28. The symphony follows the ambitions and travails of a young hero, from its spellbinding opening to the triumphant ending.

Mozart: Marriage of Figaro: Overture
Elgar: Cello Concerto
Mahler: Symphony No. 1 'Titan'

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Tickets

Prices

  • £15 reserved seating, £10 unreserved seating
  • U16s/students half price

Where to buy

Tickets will soon be available via the contact form or from the HSO box office on 01235 859210

Concert venue

Directions to The Hexagon

The Hexagon is in the centre of Reading, ten minutes' walk from the station, or well signed if coming by car. Car parking is available in the Broad Street Mall car park or the Civic Centre car park B.

There is parking for disabled patrons outside the Hexagon stage door. Wheelchair spaces are available in the stalls and can be reserved from the orchestra box office.

Postcode: RG1 7UA


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Tickets – HSO Box office: 01235 859210 or request via our contact form.

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