Ode To Joy

Sunday 26 June 2016 at 7.30pm
Colston Hall, Bristol

Robert Weaver, conductor
Tasmin Little, violin
Susana Gaspar, soprano
Tanya Hurst, mezzo-soprano
Alexander James Edwards, tenor
Dingel Yandell, baritone
Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra
City of Bristol Choir
Bristol Choral Society
David Ogden, chorus director

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Beethoven Violin Concerto
Beethoven Symphony No. 9 Choral Symphony

Internationally renowned violinist Tasmin Little brings her breath-taking virtuosity to Beethoven’s violin concerto, opening this spectacular evening of music making in aid of Save the Children’s Syria Crisis Appeal.

The second half sees over 200 performers on stage as the Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra join forces with two of Bristol’s flagship choirs, City of Bristol Choir and Bristol Choral Society, and stellar cast of world class soloists to perform Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 (Choral Symphony), whose epic symphonic journey culminates in the visionary finale featuring the famous choral setting of Friedrich Schiller’s Ode to Joy.

This concert is supported by the Bristol Music Trust and profits will go to Save the Children’s Syria Crisis Appeal.

Tickets are 21.50 for adults, 19.35 for OAPS and 10.75 for students in full time education and under 18s. Reduced price restricted visibility tickets are also available

How to book

• Buy online at Colston Hall box office

• Or telephone Colston Hall box office on 0844 887 1500

• Or call into the box office at the Colston Hall (open from 10am to 6pm, Monday to Saturday)

Finding Colston Hall


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The nearest parking is in Trenchard Street car park, situated behind Colston Hall. Enter via Trenchard or Lodge Street. Parking is payable at the pay-machines either on entrance (before leaving the car park for Colston Hall) or exit. Easiest access to Colston Hall can be found on floor one of the car park.