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RSNO An American in Paris

 20 March 2015 at 7.30pm 

RSNO An American in Paris

Usher Hall

Peter Oundjian Conductor
Robert McDuffie Violin

Big tunes for a big country. American composers always think larger-than-life, and whether it’s Samuel Barber flexing his muscles in a powerful First Symphony, Leonard Bernstein turning a booze-up into a
violin concerto (starring New York’s own Robert McDuffie), or George Gershwin swinging his way through jazz-age Paris, one thing’s for sure: you’re in for great tunes and serious entertainment. It’s going to
be an awesome party – and with Peter Oundjian conducting, you’re all invited!
Pre-concert talk 6.45pm

£37 | £27.00 | £20.00 | £15.50 | £12.00 | Concessions and group discounts available

John Adams : Tromba Lontana
Leonard Bernstein : Serenade after Plato's Symposium
Samuel Barber : Symphony No1
George Gershwin : An American in Paris

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