What are your plans this Sunday afternoon?

A bracing stroll along the seafront?

An afternoon snooze in front of the fire?

Or how about a concert of unashamedly romantic music in the company of the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth and pianist Melvyn Tan at Brighton Dome Concert Hall which will whisk you away on a journey from the sun-drenched Italian Riviera to the jazz clubs of pre-war America courtesy of three great Romantic composers: Elgar, Ravel & Rachmaninov.

Tickets from £12-£38 available from Brighton Dome Ticket Office in Church Street, (01273) 709709 or online from: https://brightondome.org/event/14661/brighton_philharmonic_orchestra/– 50% discount for students and under 18s.

Learn more about our guest soloist Melvyn Tan in this recent interview given to The Cross Eyed Pianist (Frances Wilson): https://crosseyedpianist.com/2017/09/22/meet-the-artist-melvyn-tan-pianist/

Or come along to our Pre-Concert Interview with Melvyn Tan in conversation with Louise Schweitzer at 1.45pm on Sunday in the Brighton Museum Education Pavilion – tickets £3.75 – to find out even more about this amazing musician and his musical career. Tickets available from Brighton Dome Ticket Office or online from: https://brightondome.org/event/14927/brighton_philharmonic_orchestra_pre-concert_interview/

Please note that the capacity of the Pre-Concert Interview is limited to just 40 so book early to avoid disappointment!

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