‘Complete resignation before Fate’ Tchaikovsky wrote on his fifth symphony. Written a decade after his fourth, the emotions of an anguished composer seeps into the themes of Symphony No. 5, with dark fateful moods depicted by a solemn clarinet motif. This is followed by great soaring melodies and heartfelt emotions, epitomising the late Romantic era of the symphony.
We are delighted to re-join the remarkable students of Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School - annually mentored by their Southbank Sinfonia counterparts - to create an orchestra of symphonic proportions. The school’s acclaimed choir have toured worldwide and featured on the Oscar-winning score for Life of Pi.
Pay What you Can
The spirit of the Southbank Sinfonia Rush Hour Concert series is to make music accessible to all in the space of a single hour.
We're offering a 'Pay What You Can' option for these events as a means to keep these concerts open to all whilst enabling those who can do so to support Southbank Sinfonia's work in a simple and Covid-19 secure way.
Anything you choose to pay above £1 will be treated as a donation to Southbank Sinfonia, allowing the continuation of professional development work with our musicians.