Beethoven and Brahms
Robin Ticciati conducts the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, in a concert featuring music from Beethoven's Fidelio and Brahms beautiful violin concerto
About the performance
Festival 2020 should have seen a new production of Beethoven’s only opera, with Emma Bell and David Butt Philip taking the leading roles, and the OAE conducted by Robin Ticciati.
It was not to be, but this concert at the end of what has been a very difficult year brings together some of those who would have performed this summer for a moment of optimism, putting together orchestral music and arias from the opera with Brahms beautiful violin concerto played by the brilliant young star, Alina Ibragimova.
Autumn experience – enhance your visit
We have been working hard to provide the best experience under the current guidelines. Enhance your visit by booking a pre-performance dining experience, or a reserved space if you prefer to bring your own picnic. By selecting one of these options you will be able to arrive 2.5 hours before the performance begins, allowing you to make the most of your visit.
Pre-performance dining options:
- Middle and Over Wallop restaurant: three-course pre-performance dining
- Mildmay tearooms: Ha-Ha afternoon tea
- Greenhouse & Garden Marquees: bookable for those bringing their own refreshments
We’ve ensured there’s plenty of distancing between parties in each location, and have opened more spaces to ensure that everyone who wants to extend their visit, can. Please note that all dining options must be booked in advance online or through the Box Office, including space in the marquees.
If you choose not to extend your visit time by pre-booking one of our dining options, for your safety you’ll be asked to arrive no more than 20 minutes before the performance start time. Unfortunately, the grounds won’t be open for general use and the Long Bar will remain closed for the autumn performances.
Please be aware that to ensure your safety there will be no interval during the performances.
Thank you for working with us during these extraordinary times.
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Main image: Painted collage by Shadric Toop