About CBSO 2021/22 Season Finale: Mahler’s Resurrection

Important update:

Many congratulations to CBSO Music Director Mirga Gražinytė‐Tyla and her partner who are expecting another child. As a result Mirga will no longer conduct her planned performances with the CBSO at Symphony Hall in June. The CBSO are grateful to Ludovic Morlot (15 & 16 June) and Markus Stenz (22 & 25 June) who will now lead the orchestra in these performances. We can confirm that there will be no changes to soloists or repertoire for these concerts, and the CBSO will be in touch with bookers directly soon.

We played it when Symphony Hall opened, and when Sir Simon Rattle said farewell; our recording has won international awards and our Chorus has sung it around the world. But in the CBSO family, it's always a special occasion when we perform Mahler's mighty "Resurrection" Symphony, and there's no more fitting way for Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla to sign off as Music Director than with a masterpiece that we love, and have made our own. Bring a handkerchief - or two.

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    B1 2EA
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