THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED
Due to the current Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak RPAC will be temporarily closed as a precautionary measure to protect our audience and artists, and to help in efforts to reduce the spread of the virus.
As a result this event will not be going ahead.
The RPAC Box Office will be in contact in the next 10-15 business days to offer a refund or the option to transfer your booking to another Redland Sinfonia concert or take a credit note towards their next concert series.
There are a large number of events that have been impacted by this temporary closure, so we ask for your patience while we work through ticket transfers, credit notes and refunds. For more information visit the RPAC COVID-19 update page HERE >
Sacred music has great depth of meaning and emotion, and in the first half of the program, we celebrate the Easter story with music from Bach’s greatest work, the St Matthew Passion, as well as Schubert’s timeless Ave Maria and the moving Cello concerto based on the Jewish liturgy Kol Nidrei. In the second half of the concert, we portray more earthly types of passion with Mendelssohn’s grand Wedding March and the vibrant Czech music of Smetana and Dvorak.
CONDUCTED BY: Dr Graeme Denniss
FEATURING: David Freisberg (cello)
Bach – St Matthew Passion (excerpts)
Schubert – Ave Maria
Bruch – Kol Nidrei
Haydn – La Passione Symphony
Mendelssohn – Wedding March from A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Smetana – The Bartered Bride