Why See Boston Symphony Orchestra - Mahler Symphony No. 5?
Love, life, and trumpets
The most enduring of Mahler's Symphonies with an Adagietto that captivates across the ages, the composer's 5th gets an outing under the baton of Andris Nelsons this fall.Written between 1901 and 1902 in the gorgeous surrounds of his Austrian country home, it's an epic that travels through drama, beauty, mourning to eventual triumph. A tremendous and transformative piece, it is best experienced in a live performance.
Receiving equal billing, the evening will feature the talents of Swedish trumpeter Hakan Hardenberger who will play the piece composed for him by HK Gruber - Concerto Ariel for trumpet and orchestra.
Performance date: 19 November 2018
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