University Symphony Orchestra Concert
. Concessional tickets are available to students, you may be asked to present your student card, children (under 16 yrs) and pensioners.
Bristol University Symphony Orchestra
Martinů: Symphony No. 3
The University Symphony Orchestra performs two 20th century symphonic masterpieces, both composed in the shadow of war and repression.
Shostakovich’s 5th Symphony emerged triumphantly from the darkest days of Stalin’s purges, while the exiled Czech composer Martinů wrote his 3rd Symphony in the USA during early 1944. The work’s coda was composed as a joyous response to the news of the Allied landings in Normandy.
Tickets: balcony and stalls standard rate £15; balcony and stalls concession rate £10; £3 for UoB students (with presentation of student ID card).
Tickets will be available to purchase in advance via the University Online Shop and on the evening, via card payment.
Please select the required seating section and ticket type from the options below.
Please note, we are unable to accept cash payments.
Location: Victoria Rooms Auditorium, Victoria Rooms, Queens Road, Bristol, BS8 1SA