Brahms Symphony No 3

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Bernard Haitink & Emanuel Ax

Tue 10 Oct 2017 7.30pm - 9.30pm
Barbican Hall, London

BRAHMS Symphony No 3
Interval
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No 5, ‘Emperor’

Bernard Haitink conductor
Emanuel Ax piano
London Symphony Orchestra

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Part of the 2017/18 season

Bernard Haitink, a conductor revered by musicians and listeners alike, delves into the Romantic world of Brahms and Beethoven.

Haitink’s performances reveal the experience of a lifetime spent making music, engaged in both the greatest works of the repertoire and in forging enduring musical partnerships. Two such partnerships are with the LSO and pianist Emanuel Ax, and this concert brings these musicians together on one stage.

They turn to the world of the Romantic era, and two of its towering figures – Brahms and Beethoven. The mood is one of intensity and drama in the former’s Third Symphony, before the outgoing energy of the aptly-nicknamed ‘Emperor’ Concerto concludes the concert in a burst of grandeur.


 

Also with Bernard Haitink:

Sunday 15 Oct 2017: Mendelssohn & Brahms

Thursday 19 Oct 2017: Mendelssohn & Brahms