There’s nothing quite like Shostakovich’s Leningrad Symphony: music with the power of an artillery barrage, a life-or-death struggle for freedom, written in a city under siege.
Imagine hearing it unleashed by the combined forces of the RSNO and the superb young players of the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland. And now imagine that before the Leningrad, Nicola Benedetti joins these young stars to play the most ravishing of all Polish violin concerto. In a word: unmissable.
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