Prom 10: Intimacy on a large scale

Other than three minutes worth of Elgar’s “Nimrod”, Prom 10 was not a concert of showstoppers. Instead, much of the evening was about creating a sense of intimacy – no easy task given the enormity of the Royal Albert Hall. But the dedication of the BBC Philharmonic and their chief conductor, Juanjo Mena, meant they touched their audience personally, even in a concert hall that can sit 5,000 people.

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