- Cello Concerto
- Mother Goose Suite
- The Firebird Suite (1919)
- Natalie Clein
- Rory Macdonald
Stravinsky’s The Firebird was an instant success with audiences and critics. Premiered in 1910, it marked the beginning of a collaboration between Stravinsky and ballet impresario Sergei Diaghilev, as well as Stravinsky’s ascent to fame.
Equally as popular with audiences is Ravel’s Mother Goose Suite, which was first composed for children and now exists in various orchestral and chamber forms; from orchestra to piano duet.
Esteemed British cellist Natalie Clein joins the Orchestra once again to perform Dvořák’s Cello Concerto – a work beloved by audiences and performers alike, it remains one of the most popular concertos in the cello repertory.