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Sergei Rachmaninoff‘s celebrated second symphony is given the royal treatment it deserves as it is performed here unabridged by Antonio Pappano.
Harding takes the podium to conduct Mahler’s Symphony no. 1. Listen carefully to the third movement to hear a variation of "Frère Jacques" played by the double bass soloist.
The pairing of pianist Daniel Barenboim and Andris Nelsons is the perfect way to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Chopin
Celebrated conductor Andris Nelsons takes the podium for a trio of powerful and reflective pieces, featuring a masterful performance from oboist Alexei Ogrintchouk.
Enjoy the two masters; conductor Zubin Mehta and pianist Daniel Barenboim in what would come to be an elegy for Eliott Carter who passed away just days before the concert.
Beethoven’s genius is on full display as Iván Fischer conducts 'Eroica' as well as his 4th for this installment of the remarkable Beethoven cycle.
Was live September 2022
Alain Altinoglu and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra launch into the 2022-2023 concert season with Bernstein and Adams.
Nathalie Stutzmann bringt Sie in eine dämmerige, beängstigende Welt, wo Hoffnung und Licht ständig im Widerspruch zu heftigen Stürmen und schwankenden Schatten stehen.
Ein vielfältiges Programm spiritueller Ausdrucksformen, gekrönt von einer Darbietung von Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique und begleitet von Sopranistin Barbara Hannigan.
Eine Darbietung, die von einer transformative Energie angetrieben wird und die Grenzen des menschlichen Erlebens erkundet.
Smetanas überwältigendes Ma Vlast (Meine Heimat) leitet das Gedenken an die Samtrevolution in dieser bewegten Darbietung ein.
A lively and comical look at classical music in a series of concerts where humor and pageantry collide in a virtuosic musical wrestling match.
Semyon Bychkov is joined by Uzbek pianist Behzod Abduraimov in this double-bill of modern Russian classics.
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