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Win Tickets to Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra in Concert

Barbican Hall - Win Tickets to Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra in Concert

We're giving away two tickets to a beautiful classical concert to celebrate International Women's Day.

Competition Ends: 02/03/2017

This March, Eminent violinist Vladimir Spivakov and the Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra perform a special concert “From Haydn to Piazzolla” to mark International Women’s Day at London’s Barbican Hall.

Exemplifying orchestral chamber music at its best, the concert will feature some of the finest music by some of our greatest composers, including Haydn and Piazzolla. While Joseph Haydn’s music is joyful, sophisticated and light, Piazzolla adds passion and brings an Argentinian tango spirit to the evening.

Win tickets to see Vladimir Spivakov and Moscow Virtuosi orchestra perform live on 8 March at London's Barbican Hall.

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4. No part of a prize is exchangeable for cash or any other prize.

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