21 years since he conducted the opening concerts of Symphony Hall, Sir Simon Rattle returns at the helm of one of the world’s very greatest orchestras.
BBC Music magazine’s Editor, Oliver Condy, recommends tonight’s concert: “Now this really is a wonderful programme. Just add Rattle and the Vienna Philharmonic, and you’ll be in for one of the finest concert experiences of the season – anywhere.”
Sir Simon Rattle conductor
|Brahms||Symphony No 3||33’|
|Webern||Six Pieces for Orchestra||13’|
|Schumann||Symphony No 3, Rhenish||32’|
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