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Work: Sinfonía núm. 14, Op.135

Datos
CompositorShostakovich, Dmitri (1906-1975)
PeriodoSiglo XX
Año1969
Tipo de obraOrchestral
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Wiener Philharmoniker; Franz Welser-Möst; Asmik Grigorian; Matthias Goerne
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Atemberaubender Protest aus der Elbphilharmonie

Asmik Grigorian © Algirdas Bakas
Krieg, Kälte, Tod: Beim Konzert des Ensemble Resonanz mit Asmik Grigorian stockt einem der Atem.

More than A Little Night Music: Mozart and Shostakovich in Boston

Kristine Opolais, Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony © Robert Torres
Andris Nelsons' Mozart–Shostakovich pairing allowed the Boston Symphony winds to take the spotlight in the first half, leaving the strings and limited percussion to their task in the second. 

Dark Shostakovich in Spano's Atlanta program

Tatiana Monogarova © Eugene Beregovoy
Robert Spano, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and soloists perfrom Shostakovich's Symphony no. 14. 

Death, dance and dirges with the City of London Sinfonia at The Rest is Noise

Southbank Centre’s The Rest is Noise festival is continuing this season with programming focusing on the second half of the 20th century. Tonight’s music was a part of the festival’s Britten centenary celebrations, adding in works by Copland and Shostakovich.

Oratorio for the end of the world: Teodor Currentzis and Mahler Chamber Orchestra at Musikfest Berlin

As my seatmate remarked to me after the concert, it is strange and wonderful to hear Benjamin Britten and Dmitri Shostakovich, who befriended each other late in life, begin to sound alike in their old age while remaining unmistakably themselves. I agreed.