Win a pair of tickets to see the Mozart Symphony Orchestra at Cadogan Hall!

Competition Ends: 21/10/2019

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On Thursday 31st October the Mozart Symphony Orchestra will be performing Elgar, Dvorak and Shakhidi at Cadogan Hall under the baton of their principal conductor, Philip Mackenzie.
A BBC survey named Wallfisch’ s recording of the Dvořák Cello Concerto the best recording of that work in the past 25 years. Tolibkhon Shakhidi has a long-standing relationship with the MSO and the Orchestra performs his Death of Usurer (recently recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra and Gergiev) and a new work for cello and orchestra written specially for Raphael Wallfisch. 
“A more compellingly idiomatic or richly seasoned cello playing than this would be hard to contemplate” (International Record Review).
Tickets are available from Cadogan Hall box office on 020 7730 4500 or
Enter now to win a pair of top price tickets (worth £38 each)!

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1. Culture Calling reserves the right to amend the competition end date at any time.
2. If you are the lucky winner we will notify you via the e-mail address supplied shortly after the competition end date.
3. The prize is for 2 tickets and will not be transferable to another person.
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7. In the event that the winner cannot make the event another winner will be picked.


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