Rush Hour concert sees NSO join forces with talented trio

Julian Clef.

Julian Clef.

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Nottingham Symphony Orchestra returns to action on Friday, January 9, with a Rush Hour Concert at the city’s Albert Hall venue.

This follows on from the first successful Rush Hour concert that the orchestra staged at the Albert Hall in 2012, which saw NSO and soloist Simon Standage play the Beethoven Violin Concerto.

This time, starting at 6pm, the concert will see NSO and conductor Derek Williams perform Beethoven’s Creatures Of Prometheus Overture, before being joined by three talented young soloists to play Beethoven’s Triple Concerto: Julian Clef (piano), Callum Smart (violin) and Laura Van Heijden (cello).

Tickets are £5 for the concert only. Alternatively, for £13 you can enjoy the concert, plus refreshments of Bratwurst with Krautsalat, Apfel Strudel and either Liebfraumilch, a German beer or a non-alcoholic drink.

Please note that the concert performance will last for just under an hour.

For ticket details, call the box office at Nottingham Playhouse on 0115 9419419.