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Intérprete: Thomas Søndergård

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LondresGuildhall Symphony Orchestra condected by Thomas Søndergård

© Martin Bubandt
Sibelius, Mahler
Guildhall School Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård

PerthTchaikovsky's Pathétique

Schreker, Mozart, Tchaikovsky
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Steven Osborne

EdinburghTchaikovsky's Pathétique

Schreker, Mozart, Tchaikovsky
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Steven Osborne

GlasgowTchaikovsky's Pathétique

Schreker, Mozart, Tchaikovsky
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Steven Osborne

Múnich2. Akademiekonzert

2. Akademiekonzert
Adès, Korngold, Sibelius
Bayerisches Staatsorchester; Thomas Søndergård; Vilde Frang
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RSNO season opens with Vienna’s Golden Age

Thomas Søndergård © Bjarke Johansen
RSNO Season opens in Dundee on Vienna’s Golden Age, Søndergård conducting a boisterous Don Juan, Karen Cargill singing Berg Seven Early Songs and a sparkling Mahler Symphony no 1.

RSNO's Mahler cycle continues with the Sixth

Thomas Søndergård © Bjarke Johansen
Søndergård’s all-consuming Mahler dwarfs some delightful Mozart in Edinburgh

Stunning sound from the RSNO in Bruckner and Mahler

Thomas Søndergård © Andy Buchanan
Thomas Søndergård's Bruckner sound with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra leaves one hungry for more.

Remembrance of lost youth in Perth

Thomas Søndergård © Martin Bubandt
RSNO’s sparkling Prokofiev, heroic Tchaikovsky and lush Poulenc which celebrated 175 years of the RSNO Chorus was eclipsed by 80 Glasgow schoolboys who sang their hearts out with three songs from All Those Men Who Marched Away.

Vibrant Rachmaninov One from Søndergård and the RSNO

Thomas Søndergård © Andy Buchanan
Thomas Søndergård and the RSNO with a beguiling performance of Ravel’s Schéhérazade from Catriona Morison, vivid Peer Gynt from Grieg and a vibrant Rachmaninov’s First Symphony