7:31 PM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Piano Concerto No. 19 Key: FConductor: Nicholas McGeganEnsemble: Philharmonia Baroque OrchestraMelvyn Tan, pianoHarm Mundi, 907138 7:10 PM Johan Halvorsen — Violin Concerto (1907 – 1908) Opus: 28Conductor: Bjarte EngesetEnsemble: Malmo Symphony OrchestraHenning Kraggerud, violinNaxos, 573738 5:45 PM Carl Nielsen — Violin Concerto (1911) Opus: 33Conductor: Bjarte EngesetEnsemble: Malmo Symphony […]
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11:26 PM Sergei Rachmaninoff — Symphonic Dances Opus: 45Conductor: Leonard SlatkinEnsemble: Detroit Symphony OrchestraNaxos, 573051 11:17 PM Vincenzo Bellini — Norma: “Casta Diva” Conductor: Giulio SettiEnsemble: Metropolitan Opera OrchestraRosa Ponselle, sopranoNimbus, 7805 10:54 PM Ernest Bloch — Schelomo: Hebraic Rhapsody for Cello Conductor: Jun MarklEnsemble: Indianapolis Symphony Orch.Zuill Bailey, celloSteinway, 30049 10:50 PM Hector Berlioz […]
Here’s a @Spotify playlist replicating the @elbphilharmonie’s opening concert “Time Becomes Space”, excluding Rihm. https://t.co/TFjYXsEN75 pic.twitter.com/7qY6JZ5lgt— Jens F. Laurson (@ClassicalCritic) January 16, 2017
Latest on Forbes: Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie Opens. A Soundcheck of the Great Hall and the Wolfgang Rihm World Premiere reviewed.
Hamburg Elbphilharmonie, Great Hall at intermission of the opening concert
Photo courtesy Elbphilharmonie, © Michael Zapf
Review: Hamburg Elbphilharmonie Opening And First Impressions Of The Great Hall
This review over on Forbes focuses on the music and performance of the Elbphilharmonie’s opening concert, as well as on the acoustic properties of the impressive new hall.
…It was an exciting,
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