Proms 2016 Program Announced Automatic translate
LONDON. Musical walks and accessible places at Proms.
Boardwalk concerts at the Albert Hall (Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences) - the annual summer joy of British music lovers. This year they will be held at the prestigious London venue for the 75th time. Albert grabbed the baton from Queen’s Hall, which was bombed in 1941. The principle of accessibility of concerts to the general public remains unchanged, as the founding father of the festival, Robert Newman, intended. Prisoners who plan the hall, gaining access to high art for just 6 pounds, is a Proms calling card. A slight - by a pound - rise in price is unlikely to stop his loyal fans. For the first time in over a hundred years, tickets for it can be purchased on the Internet, and not just at the box office.
A new season opens in three months. But now, in mid-April, there was an opportunity to get acquainted with his program. Decide on preferences in advance and save honestly earned pounds on timely purchased cheap tickets. The topics of Proms, which will include more than 90 concerts, will be the current events of this year. One of the main ones is the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare. The festival will feature works, the creation of which was inspired by the plays of a brilliant playwright. Romeo and Juliet by Berlioz will be performed by the Revolutionary Romantic Orchestra (Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique), led by Sir John Eliot Gardiner. Latin American music, composed by Heitor Villa-Lobos and Alberto Evaristo Ginastera, will be performed at the Proms in honor of the Summer Olympics in Brazil. Among the guests are the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra Symphony Orchestra and the Grammy Award pianist Gabriela Montero from Venezuela.
One of the main instruments of Proms 2016 is the cello. The concerts will be attended by such giants in this field as Alban Gerhardt, Sol Gabetta, Thomas Søndergård.
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