Founded in 1943 by the Kremlin this famous Orchestra with its distinguished principal conductor Pavel Kogan comes to the Hall for Cornwall in May 2013. Not to be missed. Tickets £23.
The Moscow State Symphony Orchestra (MSSO) was founded in 1943 by the Kremlin and is one of the five oldest concert orchestras in Russia.
The Orchestra gives some 100 concerts each year and regularly tours internationally with its distinguished principal conductor Pavel Kogan. It is joined by international prize wiining pianists Russian pianist Tatiana Kolesova.
With Tatiana Kolesova
Conductor: Pavel Kogan
Soloist: Tatiana Kolesova, Piano
TCHAIKOVSKY – Polonaise and Waltz from Eugene Onegin
RACHMANINOV – Piano Concerto No.2 in C minor Op.18
TCHAIKOVSKY – Symphony No.6 “Pathetique”
£20.50 to £26.50 (concessions available)
Buy 5 shows for £107
Buy 6 Shows for £123
Under 26? 100 tickets for each performance at £10.50
A £1 Theatre Fund payment will be added to each ticket.
A £1.50 Handling Fee will be added to each transaction.