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'It is the best thing I have ever done,' said Mahler of his Eigth Symphony - for which the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and its Principal Conductor Thomas Sonderhgard tonight join forces with no fewer than five choirs. One of the grandest symphonic statements of the repertoire, concluding with a dramatic setting of the mystical closing scene from Goethe's Faust, it's mammoth scale matches the impressive space of the Royal Albert Hall. There will be no intervalPerformers Tamara Wilson (soprano), Camilla Nylund (soprano), Joelle Harvey (soprano), Christine Rice (mezzo-soprano), Claudia Huckle (contralto), Simon O'Neill (tenor), Quinn Kelsey (baritone), Morris Robinson (bass).
Company Southend Boys' Choir. Company Southend Girls' Choir. Company BBC National Chorus of Wales. Company BBC Symphony Chorus. Company London Symphony Chorus. Company BBC National Orchestra of Wales. Conductor Thomas Sondergard.
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