Britain’s concertgoers are set to experience the Iceland Symphony Orchestra’s celebrated tonal richness and élan early next year, courtesy of its first ever tour of the UK. The ensemble, which marks its 70th anniversary in 2020, will give eight concerts in nine days in company with Yan Pascal Tortelier and solo pianists Jean-Efflam Bavouzet and Yeol Eum Son. Their performance schedule starts on Saturday 8 February at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham and unfolds with performances at the Theatre Royal, Norwich (9 February), London’s Cadogan Hall (10 February), Symphony Hall Birmingham (11 February), St David’s Hall, Cardiff (13 February), The Anvil, Basingstoke (14 February), Leeds Town Hall (15 February) and Edinburgh’s Usher Hall (16 February).
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