Under 30? You can come to any of these concerts for a fiver
Under 30? You can get a ticket for just £5 for any of these concerts – and even get a free bottle of beer.
Step 1: Get your ticket for a fiver online or from our Ticket Office for one of the concerts listed below
Step 2: Enjoy an evening of music performed by Britain’s leading chamber orchestra Royal Northern Sinfonia
Step 3: Present your ticket at the bar and get your free beer
Choose from the following concerts
New Year New Artists
Friday 26 January 7.30pm I Sage One
Interested in the future of classical music? This concert is for you! Violist Sindy Mohamed and pianist Aaron Pilsan join Royal Northern Sinfonia on stage to kick off Sage Gateshead’s New Year New Artists festival.
Make sure you get down early – from 6.30pm, the three finalists in Royal Northern Sinfonia’s Young Composers’ Competition will be performing their works on our Concourse, and you can cast your vote to choose the winner!
Saturday 10 February 7.30pm I Sage One
“I’m particularly looking forward to this concert this season. ‘The Great’ is one of my all time favourite symphonies, and playing anything from the Viennese School of composers is always hugely exciting with Thomas Zehetmair conducting” Sarah Roberts, violin
More Mendelssohn Please: Symphony No.5
Friday 16 February 7.30pm I Sage One
The final concert in Royal Northern Sinfonia’s More Mendelssohn Series. Not to be missed!
St Luke Passion
Saturday 3 March 7.30pm I Sage One
James MacMillan’s St Luke Passion is flooded with influences from his Scottish heritage, Catholic faith, social conscience and close connection with Celtic folk music. This powerful and moving work from one of the great choral composers of our time unusually gives the voice of Jesus to a youth choir, and is a must for choral fans.
Friday 9 March 7.30pm I Sage One
RNS Principal Guest Conductor Julian Rachlin returns for music by Beethoven, Mozart and Bruch.
St John Passion
Friday 30 March 7pm I Sage One
A Good Friday performance of Bach’s dramatic Passion. Composed for this day in 1724, the work blends the theatrical with the devotional in a masterful account of Christ’s betrayal, trial and crucifixion.
Brahms with Bloch
Friday 20 April 7.30pm I Sage One
Hungarian gypsy spirit and the music of the Baroque!
Friday 1 June 7.30pm I Sage One
Tchaikovsky’s great ‘Pathétique’ symphony takes the listener on a journey across the emotional spectrum, darting between stormy moods, lighthearted dances and even an energetic march.
Saturday 9 June 7.30pm I Sage One
What a way to end the classical season! Lars Vogt returns to Gateshead for a performance of Beethoven’s mighty Ninth, one of the greatest symphonic works of all time.