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CATHEDRALS IN SOUND ②

2019.07.05 (FRI) 08: 00 pm Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Center

    70,000(R), 50,000(S), 30,000(A), 20,000(B), 10,000(C)

conductor- Antony Hermus

piano- Till Fellner


※ Artists, program, date and venue are subject to change.

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About the Concert

CATHEDRALS IN SOUND  

Fri Jul 5, 2019 8pm | Seoul Arts Center, Concert Hall

 

Antony Hermus, conductor

Till Fellner, piano

 

Mozart, Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K. 466

 

------------ Intermission 15 mins ----------------


Bruckner, Symphony No. 8 in C minor, WAB 108

 Total Duration: around 130 mins(incl. intermission)

 

“They want me to write differently. Certainly I could, but I must not” said Anton Bruckner. “How could I stand before Almighty God, if I followed the others and not Him?” Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony is one of the grandest and greatest masterpieces in all music, a vision of the eternal, composed for an enormous orchestra. But it’s much more than just one man’s spiritual odyssey; it’s one of Romantic music’s most overwhelming experiences, profoundly moving and breathtakingly beautiful. Guest conductor Antony Hermus feels passionately about it, and it’ll make a noble counterpart to the controlled darkness of Mozart’s brooding 20th Piano Concerto, performed by one of Austria’s most eloquent and insightful living pianists.


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    conductorAntony Hermus

    Antony Hermus is Principal Guest Conductor of the North Netherlands Orchestra and Artistic Advisor of the National Youth Orchestra of the Netherlands. He has an infectiously positive approach to music and life, and a natural talent for encouraging musicians and singers to give their very best. His dramatic flair, sense of line and ...

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    pianoTill Fellner

    Austrian pianist Till Fellner’s international career was launched in 1993 when he won First Prize at the renowned Clara Haskil Competition in Vevey, Switzerland. Over a period of more than two decades, he has become a sought-after guest with many of the world’s most important orchestras and at the major music centre...

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