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Salle: Ulster Hall, Belfast

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Northern Ireland
Google maps54° 35' 40.046" N 5° 55' 52.324" W
janvier 2020
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BelfastMendelssohn in Italy

Mendelssohn in Italy
Stravinsky, Ibert, Kernis, Mendelssohn
Ulster Orchestra; Gemma New; Adam Walker

BelfastRustioni Conducts Music for Valentine's

Rustioni Conducts Music for Valentine's
Prokofiev, Chostakovitch, Tchaïkovski
Ulster Orchestra; Daniele Rustioni; Francesca Dego

BelfastLunchtime Concert: Storybook Escape

Lunchtime Concert: Storybook Escape
Borodine, Tchaïkovski, Nielsen
Ulster Orchestra; Adrien Perruchon

BelfastDvořák's Sixth

Dvořák's Sixth
Wagner, Schumann, Dvořák
Ulster Orchestra; Jac van Steen; Hannes Minnaar

BelfastNorthern Landscapes

Northern Landscapes
Rautavaara, Walton, Sibelius
Ulster Orchestra; Anu Tali; Lise Berthaud

BelfastLunchtime Concert: 18th Century Inspiration

Lunchtime Concert: 18th Century Inspiration
Ravel, Adès, Prokofiev
Ulster Orchestra; Natalie Murray Beale

BelfastBeethoven @ 250: Symphony No.4

Beethoven @ 250: Symphony No.4
Beethoven, Nielsen, Rooney
Ulster Orchestra; Moritz Gnann; Mark Simpson

BelfastMusic for Good Friday: Bach Mass in B Minor

Music for Good Friday: Bach Mass in B Minor
Bach: Messe en si mineur, BWV232
Ulster Orchestra; Patrick Hahn; Ailish Tynan; Jenny Daviet; Margot Oitzinger; Samuel Boden
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Howard Shelley’s 70th birthday celebration with the Ulster Orchestra

Howard Shelley © Eric Richmond
Howard Shelley returns to Belfast, bringing vitality to a programme in which he convinced with infectious interpretations. 

Bavouzet shines in Bartók with the Ulster Orchestra

Jean-Efflam Bavouzet © Benjamin Ealovega
In an evening of Hungarian and Bohemian inspired music, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet sparkles in a performance of Bartók’s Third Piano Concerto.

Rustioni returns to Belfast with heroic tales of love and death

Daniele Rustioni © Davide Cerati
From the trials in love of a libertine, through the death of an angel, to the rise of an emperor, Rustioni takes charge of a rollercoaster evening of emotional turbulence.

Andrew Litton’s vivid Anglo-American perspectives in Belfast

Andrew Litton © Steve J Sherman
Litton’s experienced hands reveal deep understandings of Copland, Barber and Walton, delivering a programme of stark emotional contrasts.

Noble Elgar 2 from Jac van Steen in Belfast

Jac van Steen © Simon van Boxtel
In the second concert of the new season, maintaining the highest musical standards, the Ulster Orchestra flourish in a highly considered programme.

Electric buzz in Belfast: Daniele Rustioni takes his bow

Daniele Rustioni conducts the Ulster Orchestra © Carrie Davenport
In his inaugural concert at the helm of the Ulster Orchestra, Rustioni starts the new season with vigour in a charged evening of musical excitement.

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.