European Doctors Orchestra at Bridgewater Hall

Get dressed for a musical appointment with doctors!

The world of medicine and music will merge on September 3 as a number of doctors will be putting away their stethoscopes and scalpels, and picking up their bows and strings for “European Doctors Orchestra at Bridgewater Hall” to perform Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 3, “The Joyful Science.” This is a fundraising event for The Christie Charity, one of the largest hospital charities in the UK, that offers comprehensive cancer treatment and conducts groundbreaking cancer research.

Every performance of Gustav Mahler’s epic third symphony is a special occasion, but with the European Doctors Orchestra performing this fundraising concert for The Christie charity, this promises to be a spectacular evening.

Originally titled ‘The Joyful Science’, the symphony journeys from the dawn of time itself to the pinnacle of human achievement, love, exploring on the way what it is to be human, and the interaction between mankind, science and nature. With a huge orchestra, St George’s Singers, choristers of Blackburn and Salford Cathedral, and Mezzo soprano Sarah Castle (Royal Opera House, Bayreuth Festival) for company, prepare to be moved to tears by this utterly unique symphony.

The European Doctors Orchestra
Ladies of St George’s Singers
Choristers of Blackburn Cathedral
Choristers of Salford Cathedral

Timothy Redmond – conductor

Sarah Castle – mezzo-soprano

Pre-Concert Talk
Auditorium Doors: 1.30pm
Talk Start: 2.00pm
Talk End: 3.00pm

Auditorium Doors: 3.30pm
First Half: 4.00pm
Interval: 4.40pm
Second Half: 5.00pm
Concert End: 6.00pm

This is going to be a special night as it won’t happen again in the next two years so what are you waiting for? Book your tickets now and enjoy a magical night with the doctors!

Charity Organization Name:
The Christie Charity
Event Location:
The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley St, Manchester M2 3WS, United Kingdom
United Kingdom
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