Preceded by the elegance and genius of Mozart and the profound riches of Brahms a century later, Vaughan Williams's dramatic and profound settings of six poems from A E Houseman's A Shropshire Lad evoke themes of love and pastoral nostalgia. This is an exciting collaboration celebrating one of Britain's foremost composers in this Olympic year.
8:00pm Saturday, August 4 2012
£24.50, £17, £10 Allocated Seating
Mozart Quartet in B flat major, K589 23'Brahms Quartet in A minor, Op.51 No.2 33'Vaughan Williams On Wenlock Edge 23'
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