This performance brings together two great masterpieces, written more than 150 years apart. Arguably his greatest work, Haydn’s Nelson Mass was originally entitled the Mass for Troubled Times, writing it as he did shortly before Nelson defeated Napoleon. Shostakovich’s mighty Tenth Symphony was premiered shortly after the death of Joseph Stalin; his music is well known for its powerful political messages.

Please note: there is no lift access to seats in the balconies or choir stalls for the duration of the Warwick 20:20 Project. If you have any queries, please contact Box Office.