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Malta Philharmonic Orchestra on stage Image Credit: Joe Smith

Maxim Vengerov Gala Concert with Malta Philharmonic Orchestra

Classical
Part of the Orchestral Series 2022-23
Date
Saturday 3 December 2022 7:30pm
Venue
Butterworth Hall
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Ticket prices between: £16 - £43 (Concessions available)

Package discount for booking 4 or more concerts in the 22/23 series applied automatically during checkout.


Conductor: Sergey Smbatyan
Soloist: Maxim Vengerov (violin)
Orchestra: Malta Philharmonic

Shor Seascapes
Prokofiev Violin Concerto No.1
Interval
Rachmaninov Symphony No.2

Duration:

2 hours (incl. interval)

Recommended Age:
Suitable for all

Widely acknowledged as the one of the world’s greatest living string players, violinist Maxim Vengerov has spent 40 years performing on stage. 

First making headlines as a child prodigy, he studied with Galina Tourchaninova and Zakhar Bron, becoming a solo violinist at the age of five and making his first recording at the age of 10. 

Since then, he has gone on to win Grammy and Gramophone Artist of the Year awards, and was recently appointed Classic FM’s first ever solo Artist in Residence.

Vengerov will be teaming up with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra – Malta’s oldest and largest professional ensemble – for a programme featuring Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No.1, written during the 1917 Revolution. This piece sits alongside Rachmaninov’s triumphant return to symphonic composition, Symphony No.2,  and Ukraine-born contemporary composer Alexey Shor’s tonal and romantic work, Seascapes – a sublime piece in four movements for violin and orchestra. At the helm is the MPO’s celebrated Principal Conductor, Sergey Smbatyan.

The concert is organised together with the European Foundation for Support of Culture.

Pre-Concert Talk

Sergey Smbatyan standing outside, leaning against a pillar

Sergey Smbatyan

Conductor
Pre-Concert Talk in the Helen Martin Studio with Sergey Smbatyan at 6.15pm before the main concert.
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Orchestral Series 22/23 Packages


Book for 4 or more concerts from the 22/23 Orchestral Series and receive the following benefits:

  • Early choice on all the best seats
  • Save up to 16% on full price tickets
  • Spread the cost of your ticket by direct Debit*
  • Free ticket exchange**
  • Reduced price of £2.50 for pre-concert talks

  • *available for 4 or more concerts. Deadline for Direct Debit applications Fri 19 Aug 2022

    ** tickets to be returned with 24 hours’ notice of event and exchanged within the package.

    See all Orchestral Series 2022-23


    Package Discounts Cost of each performance package including £2.50 booking fee
    When you book % Off Band A Band B Band C Band D Band E
    8 concerts 16% £292.16 £272.00 £251.84 £204.80 £164.48
    7 concerts 16% £255.64 £238.00 £220.36 £179.20 £143.92
    6 concerts 12% £228.84 £213.00 £197.16 £160.20 £128.52
    5 concerts 12% £190.70 £177.50 £164.30 £133.50 £107.10
    4 concerts 8% £159.04 £148.00 £136.96 £111.20 £89.12
    3 concerts 8% £119.28 £111.00 £102.72 £83.40 £66.84