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Past events in this festival
Join us for opening night, which kicks the RNS season off in style with whirling Hungarian gypsy...
The astonishingly gifted Tetzlaff siblings join their close friend, RNS Music Director Lars Vogt...
One of the great violinists of our time, Julian Rachlin took Sage One by storm last season playing...
Julian Rachlin demonstrates what playing the violin is all about - from directing Tchaikovsky’s...
Three pieces which define the German Romantic tradition - Weber’s homage to the mythical world of...
Shakespeare Meets Fauré
This exquisite piece of choral-orchestral music, which sits at number 30 in Classic FM’s Hall of...
Dancing With Emperors
Beethoven's concerto regularly features near the top of classical music charts for a very good...
New Year, New Artists
Three glorious concertos with three terrific stars of tomorrow. Three contributions from young...
Schubert Song and Dance
You can't have a theme focussing on song without featuring some of Schubert's magnificent...
Beethoven wrote only one violin concerto, but he sure made it count! Julian Rachlin directs from...
Vaughan Williams’ famous bird in flight is often regarded as quintessentially English music....
Beethoven Double (Broadcast live on Radio 3)
The two concertos this evening illustrate Beethoven’s musical journey, from youthful...
Israel in Egypt
There has never been a more engaging and dramatic musical depiction of jumping frogs, showers of...
Richard Strauss' father was a famous horn player, inspiring the young Strauss to write his first...
Dance runs as a theme all the way through this ballet-inspired programme. Even Ross Edwards'...