Win tickets to see Mahler’s Eighth Symphony at The Royal Albert Hall

To mark the centenary of Gustav Mahler’s death, five choirs including the Vivace Chorus and the London Symphony Chorus, are combining with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to perform one of the greatest and most ambitious choral works, Mahler’s Eighth Symphony – the Symphony of a Thousand.

This highlight of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s London concert season will involve a full symphony orchestra, eight soloists, two huge choruses and a children’s choir. We have two pairs of tickets to give away to Spotify Premium subscribers for this wonderful event courtesy of our friends at The Royal Albert Hall.

To enter simply post a link to your favourite Mahler piece as well as answer the question – Which symphony is Mahlers longest piece of work?

We’ll pick and notify winners later this month, good luck!


  1. The third symphony is the longest of Mahler’s symphonies. My personal favourites are the First(Titan), Fourth and the Eighth but i would have to say the last 7 minutes of the Eighth (Alles Verganglishe) is the finest 7 minutes of music ever written.

  2. Mahler’s third. Me and my wife will travel from Sweden to see this one! Royal Albert, “used to Dreeeeam about…”