Southbank Sinfonia Family Concert

Saturday
09
May
£4-£8
11.30AM
Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre i
Southbank Sinfonia Family Concert
Béla Bartók Romanian Folk Dances
Joseph Haydn Symphony No.104
Edvard Grieg Peer Gynt Suite No.1
Tom Seligman conductor

The best way to share a story is through music. Composers have been doing this for hundreds of years and we want to share some with you. 

Discover the gripping folk tunes woven within some of the most awe-inspiring compositions, including music by Haydn, Grieg, and more. The musicians of the orchestra will be our guides for the morning and share tunes and tales from their home countries. 

Afterward, join us in the Queen Elizabeth Hall foyer where you can meet the musicians and try out their instruments.

This concert will be 45 minutes long.



Part of Southbank Sinfonia's Family Concerts series
Tickets £4-£8
Booking fee may apply
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WATCH

Learn more about the cello with Corinna Boylan
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Violinist Ana Popescu-Deutsch tells us how folk tunes are full of fascinating stories
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PHOTO GALLERY

Check out some photos from our last Family Concert
PHOTOS

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Learn more about the history of the concerto
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Concert supported by:
EFG Private Banking