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Czech National Symphony Orchestra

with Pavel Kolesnikov, piano

Venue: Cadogan Hall

Repertoire

Schubert
Symphony No. 8 (Unfinished)
Beethoven
Piano Concerto No. 4
Dvořák
Symphony No. 7

Performers

Ben Palmer
conductor
Pavel Kolesnikov
piano

Cadogan Hall is delighted to welcome back the CNSO, one of the most popular orchestras in Europe, for two concerts featuring two of Schubert’s most lyrical symphonies, Beethoven’s iconic Fourth and Fifth Piano Concertos, and Dvořák’s much-loved Seventh and Ninth Symphonies.

Since becoming Prize Laureate of the Honens Prize for Piano in 2012 and becoming one of BBC Radio 3’s New Generation Artists young pianist Pavel Kolesnikov has performed around the world.

We regret to announce that the originally advertised conductor Petr Altrichter has had to withdraw from this concert due to ill health. We are delighted that Ben Palmer has agreed to take his place this evening.

The second CNSO concert is on Wednesday 18 April, with soloist Barry Douglas.

Part of Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18

Part of Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017‑18

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