Free tickets to young music-lovers are again being offered by the Norfolk Symphony Orchestra for its first concert of the year on Sunday, February 1, at Lynn Corn Exchange.
And it promises to be a spectacular afternoon with the NSO performing two very different and famous symphonies.
Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 in G minor K550, which opens with material as famous as it is simple, is first on the programme.
This is followed by Mahler’s 5th Symphony, a deep intense experience from a composer using the full range of passionate human emotions at the start of the 20th century. The third movement, Adagietto is featured in the film Death in Venice.
Moving you through from despair, anger, love and joy this symphony is a true test of performance and understanding for conductor Philip Hesketh and players alike.
The concert is at 3.30pm and tickets are priced at £16, with those free tickets on offer to young concert goers aged under 18.
Call the Corn Exchange box office on 01553 764864 for more details.