Elbphilharmonie Großer Saal

CANCELLED: London Philharmonic Orchestra / Faust / Tamestit / Jurowski

This concert has already taken place! € 171.60 | 149.10 | 126.60 | 92.80 | 33.20
This concert has already taken place! € 171.60 | 149.10 | 126.60 | 92.80 | 33.20

As a result of the new Germany-wide coronavirus restrictions that have been issued, all concerts in the Elbphilharmonie and Laeiszhalle have been cancelled until 20 December 2020. This event has had to be cancelled. You'll find further details on refunds on the following page: Information on refunds for tickets to cancelled events

It’s still not quite the last opportunity to experience Vladimir Jurowski as the principal conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, which has matured into magnificent excellence under him. But you are running out of chances – and it seems that Jurowski is selecting the programmes for these final projects with »his« orchestra with even more mastery than usual.

The evening begins with Beethoven’s First Symphony, composed at a time when he was still beholden to the Mozartian model, before making a short but wonderful stop with the Sinfonia concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra by the aforementioned Mozart, whose magical sound unfolds in new ways in the hands of sensitive interpreters such as Isabelle Faust and Antoine Tamestit.

There then follows Stravinsky’s »Pulcinella«, a charming and witty work of ballet music for the comedy of the same name, which the Russian composer described as a »backward glance« but also as a »look in the mirror«.

Performers

London Philharmonic Orchestra

Angharad Lyddon soprano

Sam Furness tenor

David Soar bass

Isabelle Faust violin

Antoine Tamestit viola

conductor Vladimir Jurowski

Programme

Ludwig van Beethoven
Sinfonie Nr. 1 C-Dur op. 21

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Sinfonia concertante KV 364

Igor Strawinsky
Pulcinella / Ballett in einem Akt mit drei Solostimmen

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Promoter: Konzertdirektion Dr. Rudolf Goette / HamburgMusik