Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra / Anne-Sophie Mutter / Manfred Honeck

Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto / Mahler: Symphony No. 5

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Tickets from €41.10 41.10 | 132.20 | 177.20 | 211 | 251.50 Limited tickets available!
Anne-Sophie Mutter
Anne-Sophie Mutter © The Japan Art Association
Manfred Honeck
Manfred Honeck © Todd Rosenberg

Stroke of genius and late bloomer

»It’s a stroke of genius. This music is immortal,« Anne-Sophie Mutter enthused about Felix Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto back in 2009. The star violinist is not alone in this opinion: since its premiere, the captivating work has delighted performers and audiences alike – no wonder, given the abundance of musical beauty it offers.

At first, Gustav Mahler could only dream of such a sensational success for his Fifth Symphony: »The Fifth is a cursed work. No one understands it,« he grumbled, disappointed about the lack of understanding that the monumental work was met with everywhere. However, it is also possible that Mahler was simply overtaxing the listening habits of the time. Today, Mahler’s Fifth is his most popular symphony and it is impossible to imagine the repertoire of concert halls around the world without it. And when a world-class orchestra like the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra offers a performance, nothing stands in the way of a great concert evening!


Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Anne-Sophie Mutter violin

conductor Manfred Honeck


Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in E minor, Op. 64

– Interval –

Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 5 in C-sharp minor


International Orchestras

Promoter: Konzertdirektion Dr. Rudolf Goette / HamburgMusik

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