Last updated: 16th May 2012
Julian Lloyd Webber presents an evening of music from the classical composer Elgar. Julian Lloyd Webber plays the cello and is accompanied by the Philharmonia Orchestra and conductor David Hill.
Get tickets to see Elgar’s wonderful compositions, from his highly successful Variations on an Original Theme (Enigma) (1899), to Cockaigne (In London Town), op 40.
In 1901 came the first two Pomp and Circumstance Marches - the first in D major, containing the famous trio section that was later to become Land of Hope and Glory.
Cello Concerto in E minor, op 85 was written in 1919 after World War I and represents the feeling of the time.
Royal Albert Hall, London, 1st June 2012