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7:00pm Prom 22: A London Symphony
There will be one 25 minute interval.
Following on from the Hallé’s Paris-inspired programme (Prom 16) comes a corresponding focus on London.
Andrew Manze and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra open with Haydn’s lively, assertive final symphony – composed and first performed in London during the composer’s second triumphant residency.
First performed in March 1914, Vaughan Williams’s A London Symphony evokes the chimes of Westminster, a chilly November in Bloomsbury and the bright lights of the Strand in a city that would soon be scarred by war.
Symphony No. 104 in D major, ‘London’ 29’
A London Symphony (Symphony No. 2) 50’
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Andrew Manze conductor