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BBC Symphony Orchestra / Chauhan

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Barbican HallSilk Street, Londres, Greater London, EC2Y 8DS, Reino Unido
El viernes 27 marzo 2020 at 19:30
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Eric LuPiano
Alpesh ChauhanDirector
BBC Symphony Orchestra

In his Barbican debut with the Orchestra, Alpesh Chauhan brings us the intense power, cataclysmic terror and exquisite tenderness of Bruckner’s unfinished final symphony.

Anton Bruckner’s last, unfinished symphony was intended as his great spiritual autobiography. But even from the three movements the composer did finish, we experience intense power, cataclysmic terror and exquisite tenderness. Fate decreed that the symphony would end with music apparently slow enough to stop time itself – a great transfiguring Adagio that forms Bruckner’s epitaph.

Alpesh Chauhan makes his Barbican debut with the BBC Symphony Orchestra in this concert culminating in Bruckner’s enveloping work, preceded by one of Mozart’s most mysterious piano concertos and a new piece by Richard Baker.

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