London Symphony Orchestra
With Sir Simon Rattle
Sir Simon Rattle leads London Symphony Orchestra in Martinů’s Rhapsody-Concerto for viola and Beethoven’s radiant Pastoral Symphony, with violist Antoine Tamestit at Bath Forum.
Symphonic music makes a very welcome return to the South West with this special one-off concert, and Sir Simon Rattle and London Symphony Orchestra bring its healing power to Bath Forum with a romantic concerto and homage to nature.
Violist Antoine Tamestit performs Martinů’s ravishing music – he is a “flawless” (Bachtrack) performer with a tone to die for.
To follow comes Beethoven’s radiant ‘Pastoral’ symphony, its timeless beauty transporting you to the countryside via birdsong and brooks, to thunderstorms and folk dance.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Doors open at 18:45.
This performance will start at 19:30.
Estimated duration is 75 mins.
Estimated end time is 20:50.
This is a wheelchair accessible venue and specific seats will be held back for wheelchair users
If you are a wheelchair user please call our box office or email us at email@example.com to book
Supported by the government’s Cultural Recovery Fund
“I’m so pleased to welcome the London Symphony Orchestra back to the South West for this special concert at Bath Forum.”
Louise Mitchell, Chief Executive of Bristol Beacon
Covid-19 Safety Measures at Bath Forum
If you have Covid-19 symptoms or have been asked to self-isolate you should not attend this event.
No Entry Requirements
Wear a face mask