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For as little as £11 per person, get a ticket for an evening of Verdi's "Requiem" and other music from the Romantic period played by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

At 7:30pm on Friday, 18 January, Enrico Marconi (above) conducts the orchestra at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall for a concert in aid of the Cedar Foundation of Bulgaria, which aims to give underprivileged children access to more family-orientated facilities.

A strictly limited number of tickets are now available for half the regular price, ranging from £11 £27.50. The only extra to pay is a per-transaction fee of £1.75 online or £2.75 by phone.

About the show: "Verdi Requiem with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" begins with Ivo Varbanov's performance of Tchaikovsky's thrilling "Piano Concerto No.1", followed by the orchestra's performance of Verdi's "Requiem".

Book by 17 January.

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London
££11 18 Jan

£11 & up -- Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London*

Sold out - This deal was published 9 January, 2013 and sold out 16 January, 2013
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£11 & up -- Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London£11 & up -- Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London
By Tracey Cheffey

For as little as £11 per person, get a ticket for an evening of Verdi's "Requiem" and other music from the Romantic period played by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

At 7:30pm on Friday, 18 January, Enrico Marconi (above) conducts the orchestra at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall for a concert in aid of the Cedar Foundation of Bulgaria, which aims to give underprivileged children access to more family-orientated facilities.

A strictly limited number of tickets are now available for half the regular price, ranging from £11 £27.50. The only extra to pay is a per-transaction fee of £1.75 online or £2.75 by phone.

About the show: "Verdi Requiem with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" begins with Ivo Varbanov's performance of Tchaikovsky's thrilling "Piano Concerto No.1", followed by the orchestra's performance of Verdi's "Requiem".

Book by 17 January.

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