A final symphony and a final opera, spanning two of Europe’s great metropolises. From Paris comes a suite of lively dances, drawn from a tale of forbidden love and raging gods - with some unusual percussion to match. London greeted Haydn like a celebrity, and the composer delivered: a symphony that was as multicultural, innovative and boisterous as the city it was written for.
Christian Curnyn, a “master of this repertoire” (The Observer), brings a wealth of experience from period operas performed with the Royal Opera, English National Opera and acclaimed companies worldwide.
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