On Monday 27th March, the Swedish Philharmonia (Gävle Symphony Orchestra) perform the second event in the 2023/24 International Orchestra Series at Fairfield Halls, with virtuosic Serbian violinist Nemanja Radulovic playing Tchaikovsky’s concerto.
Radulovic, whose recordings of the same work was recently commended in Gramophone Magazine, has appeared with many of the world’s leading orchestras.
The ensemble, directed by Jaime Martín, will open with A Merry Overture Op. 14, a work by Swedish composer Bo Linde.
Linde's works, which include orchestral, chamber, and vocal music, often explore themes of nature and the human experience, and draw inspiration from Swedish folk music and poetry. He is among the most notable 20th Century neoclassical composers.
The Orchestra’s director, Jaime Martín said:
“We are very lucky, because our soloist is one of the most amazing, exciting, original musicians I know: Nemanja Radulovic.”
“I cannot wait to be with all of you in March, with the Swedish Philharmonia.”
Fairfield Halls Associate Director Jonathan Higgins, and the whole team at BH Live, are delighted to welcome audiences back to South London’s iconic concert venue with an internationally-acclaimed line-up, including an October 2023 performance from the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine on their largest UK tour in 100 years.
Fairfield Halls is an iconic South London venue and established destination for classical music, and Its acoustics are considered among the best in the UK. With this series, the venue is Honouring its long and prestigious history of staging concerts by some of the world’s most notable classical artists and symphony orchestras.
Inspiring the next generation of classical music lovers, the venue is making tickets for under 18s free (when accompanied by an adult), and helping people spread the cost of seeing world-class music with a multi-buy discount of up to 15% off.
Tickets are now on sale. More information and booking links available at fairfield.co.uk