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Bring your son, nephews & grandsons to introduce them to ballet
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The weather was warm. I wore black & white pencil skirt with a scrunched pleat short jack & high heels. Some wore full length dresses - men in sports coats. Ballet is meant for elegant dressing - NOT shorts, jeans or flipflops .
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“Daniele Gatti elicited radiant, incisive playing from the orchestra. His work was refreshingly free of point-making.” —New York Times
“Conductor Daniele Gatti continues to serve notice that his escalating symphonic career is founded on individual ideas, not gallery-wowing flash.” —Chicago Tribune


Considered the foremost conductor of his generation, Daniele Gatti has galvanized the music world with his dramatic and instinctive style.

Maestro Gatti and the Royal Philharmonic will be joined by his wife, acclaimed cellist Sylvia Gatti.

Along with the Royal Philharmonic, the pair continues to expand its international reputation whilst maintaining a deep commitment to its self-appointed role as Britain’s national orchestra.


Symphony No. 1, Op. 25, “Classical”


Cello Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 33


Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64

Daniele Gatti, conductor

Sylvia Gatti, cello