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'An astonishing, nay ravishing, hymn to life...' The Cambridge Critique reviews Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 30/11/18

Monday 3 December 2018
'An astonishing, nay ravishing, hymn to life with mountainous crescendos, spine-tingling climaxes and the ever-present dark side of the soul.' Mike Levy from The Cambridge Critique enjoys a balcony view at the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's concert at the Corn Exchange, the second in the current season of seven concerts running from October 2018 - May 2019.
 
Coming up on 1 February is the Philharmonia Orchestra, playing Beethoven, Rachmaninov and Mendelssohn featuring violin soloist, Leticia Moreno (pictured) -  'Formidable technique, compelling execution.' The Scotsman
 
(photo credit: Omar Ayyashi)