BBC PROMS Free Prom - Beethoven's Ninth Symphony

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The first ever free main-evening Prom celebrates the bicentenary of the Royal Philharmonic Society with a new work by Mark-Anthony Turnage and a performance of the society’s most famous commission for choir and orchestra – Beethoven’s boundary-breaking ‘Choral’ Symphony. Youth choirs from the UK and Ireland, including from Derry-Londonderry, UK City of Culture 2013, join the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain and principal conductor Vasily Petrenko.

Vaughan Williams: 
'Toward the Unknown Region'

Mark-Anthony Turnage
: 'Frieze' (
BBC co-commission

with the Royal Philharmonic Society and the New York Philharmonic;

World Premiere)

Beethoven: Symphony No 9 in D minor ('Choral')

Lisa Milne (soprano)

Jennifer Johnston (mezzo-soprano)

Toby Spence (tenor)

Gerald Finley (baritone)

Codetta

Irish Youth Chamber Choir

National Youth Choir of Great Britain

National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain

Vasily Petrenko conductor

(Note: Tickets to this free Prom will be available from 9am on Friday 28 June. You can purchase up to four tickets per booking for this Prom.)

(Note: at 5.45pm at the Royal College of Music there is a Proms Plus Intro event. Helen Wallace and Amanda Glauert discuss Beethoven's Symphony No 9 and its link with the Royal Philharmonic Society.)

Event phone: 0845 401 5040
Event website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/proms
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