Roderick Cox – a ‘trailblazer... a conductor who will be amongst the vanguard’ (Minnesota Star Tribune) conducts Tchaikovsky’s fateful Fourth Symphony.

After Christopher Cerrone’s The Insects Became Magnetic – a piece first prompted by the noise of computer speaker feedback and the idea that something beautiful could come from an otherwise uncomfortable sound – Roderick Cox is joined by the 2024–25 Terence Judd-Hallé Award winner, Giorgi Gigashvili for Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.21, which was completed a mere four weeks after his Piano Concerto No.20. Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony, ranked as one of his best, provides an emotive and impassioned finale.