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Part of Perth Concert Series 2019/20

Strauss Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks
Mozart Arias from Le nozze di Figaro, Idomeneo and La finta giardiniera
Mahler Symphony No4

Thomas Søndergård, conductor
Mari Eriksmoen, soprano

A jingle of sleigh bells and a flurry of birdsong: Mahler's fourth symphony begins like Mozart and ends with a child's idea of heaven. But that's only how the concert finishes. Thomas Søndergård kicks things off with the musical anarchy of Richard Strauss' Till Eulenspiegel - classical music's ultimate prankster. And there's a world of emotion in between, this time from Mozart himself: a glorious showcase for the terrific Norwegian soprano Mari Eriksmoen.

£29.50, £26.50, £23.50, £19.50, £14.50 (inc £1.50 booking fee per ticket); under 26s/students/Young Scot £6; 18 and under go FREE (under 16s to be accompanied by an adult)

This concert is dedicated to The Lillie Bequest Fund in recognition of the RSNO Foundation's generous support.

Pre-concert talk: 6.45pm
RSNO Viola Katherine Wren in conversation with RSNO Music Director Thomas Søndergård

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Thu 7 May: 7:30pm
Gannochy Trust Auditorium