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Sat, 16 Mar


High Storrs School

Death and Transfiguration

Combining the sombre and hopeful, this programme will feature Tchaikovsky's symphony no. 6 ("Pathetique"), Strauss's Death and Transfiguration, and a new commission by Sheffield composer Chris Noble.

Death and Transfiguration
Death and Transfiguration

Time & Location

16 Mar 2024, 19:30 – 21:30

High Storrs School, High Storrs School, High Storrs Rd, Sheffield S11 7LH, UK

About the event

The highs and lows of life and death will be explored in this programme of two absolute classics, and one newly commissioned work, in the second concert with our new Musical Director, Jon Malaxetxebarria.

Chris Noble is a Sheffield-based composer (and occasional guest player with Hallam Sinfonia); his new work has been conceived to complement the other two works in this programme. Strauss's magnificent "Death and Transfiguration" is a tone poem depicting the death of an artist, and subsequent transfiguration; this is often thought of as one of his best works. Tchaikovsky's final symphony, the "Pathetique", is a true masterpiece of the genre, with joyful and playful inner movements being surrounded by majestic and angst-ridden outer movements.

Chris Noble - new work

Richard Strauss - Death and Transfiguration

Tchaikovsky - Symphony no. 6 ("Pathetique")

Jon Malaxetxebarria Conductor


  • Adult

  • Student / Under 18

  • Family (2 adults + 4 children)

    2 adults + up to 4 children

  • Family (1 adult + 4 children)

    One adult plus up to 4 children




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