Rachlin’s Brahms


7:30 pm

Julian Rachlin conductor
Alexander Buzlov cello
Royal Northern Sinfonia

Dvořák Cello Concerto
Brahms Symphony No.1

Fancy trying something new? Or just kick starting the weekend with some class and style. Julian Rachlin will be delivering the Royal Northern Sinfonia at the Sage Gateshead this Friday. If you’re planning on going, you’d be a fool to miss out on our early evening menu with two courses for a mere £18.95 or dine like Brahms himself with a magnificent lobster dish from our A La Carte menu, it’s up to you!

Brahms’ First Symphony opens with the pounding of a broken heart, and ends with the kind of melody that comes once in a lifetime. Forget the image of Brahms as an old man with a big beard: this is the full-blooded music of a young genius, unhappy in love, and under RNS Principal Guest Conductor Julian Rachlin it’ll summon up truly mountainous emotions. Dvořák’s Cello Concerto is – if anything – even more passionate; inspired by Niagara Falls and a long-forgotten romance, it’s a piece that wears its heart unashamedly on its sleeve. Perfect, in other words, for the award-winning Russian cellist Alexander Buzlov.




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