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Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra


Debussy Jeux (17')
Ravel Piano Concerto in G (21')
- INTERVAL (20') -
Roussel Suite, Bacchus and Ariadne (18')
Ravel Pavane pour une infante défunte (06')
Ravel Boléro (14')

Domingo Hindoyan conductor
Jean-Efflam Bavouzet piano

A drum, a rhythm, and a tune you’ll never forget. That’s all Maurice Ravel needed to create Boléro, and this afternoon, it’s the spectacular climax to a concert that glows with Mediterranean sunshine, from the pastel colours and rhythmic games of Debussy’s Jeux to the Spanish fragrances and jazz-inspired flair of Ravel’s Piano Concerto - played by a real Liverpool favourite, the sensational Jean-Efflam Bavouzet. First, though, Domingo Hindoyan shares a personal discovery – Roussel’s dazzling Bacchus et Ariadne. Prepare to be astonished.

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  • Sun 23 Jan 2:30pm £48/£42/£36/£29/£19

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