We are delighted to return to the stage of the Royal Albert Hall to perform Mozart's final three symphonies conducted by our Principal Conductor Maxim Emelyanychev
Composed over a period of just two months in the summer of 1788, Mozart’s three final symphonies together form a musical sequence that explores all sides of humanity. No. 39 offers a grand introduction, its fanfares and dances setting the scene, before we’re plunged into the dark drama of the Symphony No. 40, and finally emerge into the sunlight of the ‘Jupiter’ Symphony, with its dazzling fugal finale.
Explore the concert on the BBC Proms website here.