The orchestra is noted for its transparent sound and virtuosity with the instruments, attributes that are quite surprising given that this is a Nordic ensemble
By Dan Lowell
La Filarmonica Sociedad de Conciertos is proud to announce that the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra is inaugurating their third season, with Daniel Harding wielding the baton and Paul Lewis on the piano.
Enjoying wide international fame, Swedish Radio, a great Nordic orchestra, will offer one of the most important symphonies in the post-Romantic repertoire, the Symphony Nº 1 “Titan” of Gustav Mahler. With them British pianist Paul Lewis will interpret
Beethoven’s Piano Concert Nº 3 of which Lewis is a great specialist.
The concert of Swedish Radio Orchestra is taking place on the 22nd of October at 19:30, Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid. The orchestra is noted for its transparent sound and virtuosity with the instruments, attributes that are quite surprising given that this is a Nordic ensemble.
A Mahlerian maestro, Harding enjoys a long and outstanding trajectory despite his youth.
The orchestra’s European tour will kick off in Madrid and Barcelona, the only two cities in the itinerary that feature Daniel Harding with Paul Lewis.
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
Daniel Harding, Conductor
Paul Lewis, Piano
Ludwig von Beethoven
Piano Concert Nº 3 in do minor, op. 37
Symphony Nº 1 “Titan” in re major, op. 66
19:30, Wednesday, 22 October 2014
Topmost image: Daniel Harding
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