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Sutton Symphony Orchestra Autumn 2022: Brahms & Mahler 5

26 November @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

£12 – £18

Sutton Symphony Orchestra present their latest concert, with Wagner’s Tannhäuser Overture, Brahms’ Violin Concerto with soloist Emily Earl, and Mahler’s truly epic Symphony No 5.

Wagner’s opera Tannhäuser, based on two German legends,  is a story of love and redemption, and it remarkable overture has long been a popular concert piece in its own right. It makes for a stirring opening to this concert, followed by Brahms’ lyrical Violin Concerto. Here is elegance and serenity, and energy too, with Brahms’ love of the Gypsy fiddle coming to the fore. And then there is Mahler’s mighty Fifth Symphony. From its iconic opening trumpet call to its heart-rending Adagietto for strings, it is one of those pieces that stays with you long after the final note.

Sutton Symphony Orchestra is a group of orchestra music enthusiasts and amateur performers, primarily local to Sutton, conducted by Philip Aslangul and led by Annmarie McDade. We are thrilled to be join on-stage by soloist and London-based violinist Emily Earl for this concert.



Wagner Tannhauser Overture
Brahms Violin Concerto
Mahler Symphony No 5

Emily Earl violin
Philip Aslangul conductor
Annmarie McDade leader
Sutton Symphony Orchestra


Sutton Symphony Orchestra gratefully acknowledge the financial support provided by the Gustav Mahler Society (UK) for the presentation of this concert.

To learn more about the fascinating life and music of Gustav Mahler and to enjoy study days, social events and recitals which are held throughout the year, enquire about membership at: |


26 November
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
£12 – £18
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St Andrew’s United Reformed Church
Northey Avenue, Cheam
Sutton, SM2 7HF Sutton
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