Here’s an opportunity for the true philanthropist.
For just $25 (actually $29 once you factor in the booking fee from the fine print) you can buy a whole hall’s worth of tickets to what’s likely to be one of the most interesting and energised concerts of the year.
What you then do with your 2500 tickets is up to you, I guess, although I’m not sure Bruckner anything would be my first choice for an introduction to the orchestra. Haydn on the other hand? That I would recommend to anyone, especially in these hands. Nézet-Séguin’s interpretation of the London Symphony in 2007 was clear evidence that modern orchestras can play Haydn stylishly without sounding weak and insipid.