Brahms Symphony No. 1 Op. 68

Tom Service presenter
Nicholas Collon conductor

Aurora is delighted to return to Bury St Edmunds and Canterbury for the first completely memorised performances of a Brahms symphony since the 1860s. These very special performances are introduced by BBC Radio 3’s Tom Service and conductor Nicholas Collon, who harness the unique potential of an orchestra playing from memory to give the audience a uniquely vivid glimpse under the skin of one of the greatest symphonies ever penned. 

For more information about Aurora’s memorised performances, please find out more on our By Heart page.


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