Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks - BRSO

Gustavo Dudamel | Schumann

Saturday
24
October 2020
8:30 pm
Munich, Philharmonie im Gasteig
Sunday
25
October 2020
3:00 pm
Munich, Philharmonie im Gasteig

Programme

José Antonio Abreu
Sol que das vida a los trigos
Modesta Bor
Aquí te amo
Antonio Estévez
Mata del ánima sola
Robert Schumann
Symphony No 3 E-flat major, op 97 “Rhenish”

Performers

Gustavo Dudamel conductor
Bavarian Radio Chorus
Andrew Lepri Meyer tenor
Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

Concert video

Gustavo Dudamel © BR\Astrid Ackermann

Information about the programme

Once again Gustavo Dudamel will be a guest of the BRSO! Now this principal conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic has dreamt up something special for his five short concerts: a Schumann cycle, something never heard before in such concentration at the BRSO. It’s a musical portrait of a genius who was only inspired to write his own symphonies after stumbling upon Schubert’s Great C-major Symphony. The series features the Spring Symphony in B-flat major, the Second in C major, the Rhenish in E-flat major and the Fourth in D minor. Rounding off the Schumann feast are a cappella choral works by José Antonio Abreu, Antonio Estévez and Modesta Bor. The three poignant miniatures, including a love song after Pablo Neruda, shed revealing light on the soul of Latin America and send a musical greeting from Dudamel to his native Venezuela.

Further concerts

Thu, 29 Feb, 8:00 pm
Munich, Munich Residence, Herkulessaal
Ivan Fischer © Marco Borggreve
Iván Fischer & Zoltán Fejérvári
Works by Debussy, von Dohnanyi, Satie and Ravel
Thu, 7 Mar, 8:00 pm
Munich, Munich Residence, Herkulessaal
Robin Ticciati © Camille Blake
Robin Ticciati & Vilde Frang
Works by Ellington, Strawinsky and Rachmaninow
Fri, 22 Mar, 8:00 pm
Munich, Munich Residence, Herkulessaal
Emmanuelle Haim © Marianne Rosenstiehl
Emmanuelle Haïm
Works by Purcell and Händel
Sat, 23 Mar, 8:00 pm
Munich, Munich Residence, Max Joseph Saal
4th Chamber Concert
On the 200th birthday of Carl Reinecke