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Klassische Musik, Oper, Ballett und Tanz in Belfast, Vereinigtes Königreich

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BelfastRustioni Conducts Opening Concert

Rustioni Conducts Opening Concert
Verdi, Elgar, Saint-Saëns
Ulster Orchestra; Daniele Rustioni; Johannes Moser

BelfastSongs of Love and Loss

Songs of Love and Loss
Skempton, Wagner, Elgar
Ulster Orchestra; Jac van Steen; Christianne Stotijn

BelfastLitton Crosses Continents

Litton Crosses Continents
Copland, Barber, Walton
Ulster Orchestra; Andrew Litton; Kurt Nikkanen

BelfastWorlds of Fantasy

Worlds of Fantasy
Djawadi, Zimmer, Uematsu, Shore, Williams
Ulster Orchestra; Stephen Bell; Hannah Waddingham

BelfastClassical Favourites

Classical Favourites
Tschaikowsky, Rodrigo, Mussorgsky
Ulster Orchestra; Roberto González Monjas; Rafael Aguirre

BelfastRustioni Conducts Eroica

Rustioni Conducts Eroica
Strauss R., Berg, Beethoven
Ulster Orchestra; Daniele Rustioni; Tamás Kocsis
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Ulster Hall fills with the sounds of Mendelssohn’s Elijah

Stephen Doughty © Ulster Orchestra
The Belfast Philharmonic Choir with the Ulster Orchestra and four local soloists give a very mixed performance of Mendelssohn’s most famous oratorio.

Crisp Rachmaninov from Barry Douglas in Belfast

Barry Douglas © Eugene Langan
Barry Douglas, in his home town, gives an excellent reading of a piece central to his repertoire,while Olari Elts puts the Ulster Orchestra through their paces in a highly colourful Petrushka.

A mostly solemn Good Friday in Belfast

Aoife Miskelly © Marshall Light Studio
Mozart’s early youthful 29th Symphony felt rather misplaced in this otherwise solemn concert from Rafael Payare, Ulster Orchestra and the Belfast Philharmonic Choir. 

Franck’s Aeolian winds usher in Saint-Säens and Elgar to Belfast

Louis Schwizgebel © Marco Borggreve
Ulster Orchestra’s Principal Guest Conductor Jac van Steen returns to lead an outstanding evening, culminating in Elgar’s First Symphony. Louis Schwizgebel impresses in Saint-Saens’ Fifth Piano Concerto. 

Nature versus humanity with the Ulster Orchestra

Rafael Payare © BGE Rafael Payare
Reaching the climax of his exploration of Shostakovich’s “war symphonies”, Rafael Payare and the Ulster Orchestra pit Strauss’ epic tone-poem against the colossal “Leningrad” Symphony.

Veronika Eberle gives Belfast a night to remember

Veronika Eberle © Felix Broede
Widmann, Mendelssohn and Beethoven draw a full house to the Ulster Hall. Rafael Payare leads the Ulster Orchestra confidently, but Veronika Eberle steals the show.