- Luis Castillo-Briceño* conductor
- Benjamin Baker violin
- Jordan Bak** viola
For Tchaikovsky, the savage fanfares that open his Fourth Symphony represented Fate – and what follows is a no-holds-barred sonic autobiography, told with surging passion and unforgettable tunes.
Dvořák’s Carnival Overture tells a happier tale – and it’s every bit as colourful. Mozart, meanwhile, never said what inspired his Sinfonia Concertante, but then he didn’t need to. Music speaks louder than words in this heartfelt double-showpiece by a young genius at the very peak of his game. Two award-winning soloists take the spotlight today, as the LPO’s Fellow Conductor Luis Castillo-Briceño conducts a concert in which every note tells a story.
6.45pm | The Foyer
Join us for a special free performance in the foyer, given by young musicians from West Sussex Music, the music education hub for West Sussex.
*Inaugural participant in the LPO Conducting Fellowship programme. The LPO Conducting Fellowship programme is generously supported by Patricia Haitink with additional support from Gini and Richard Gabbertas.
**LPO Alexandra Jupin Award recipient (An annual award for an artist making their debut with the London Philharmonic Orchestra)
Sat 4 Nov 2023, 7.30pmBook now
Tickets £16.50 - £42
Offers & Discounts
Book more, pay less:
- 10% discount for 2 concerts
- 15% discount for 3 concerts
- 20% discount for 4 concerts
Please contact the Brighton Dome Ticket Office for details.
Free drinks offer
Book all four concerts and receive a voucher for you and your guests to enjoy a free glass of house wine at Brighton Dome.
Redeemable pre-concert on Sunday 15 October 2023 only.
Please book these discounts through the Brighton Dome Ticket Office in-person, calling 01273 709709, or booking online at brightondome.org.
Baker brings to every track an attractive, sonorous quality of tone and expression.
[Jordan Bak is] an exciting new voice in Classical performance.
I Care If You Listen
[Benjamin Baker] brought virtuosity, refinement and youthful exuberance.
New York Times
On Baker's debut at Merkin Concert Hall
[Jordan Bak is] a powerhouse musician, with a strong voice and compelling sound.
The Whole Note