Inon Barnaran Plays Rachmaninov no.2, Alan Gilbert conducting

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Date

19.2.2019

Tuesday 20:00

Hall

The Lowy concert hall

Venue

Charles Bronfman Auditorium, Tel Aviv

Venue

Charles Bronfman Auditorium, Tel Aviv

Hall

The Lowy concert hall

Artists

Alan Gilbert, conductor 

Inon Barnatan, pianist 

Anastasia Klevan, soprano 

Oded Reich, baritone 

Concert Program

Anders Hillborg: Exquisite Corpse
Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto no. 2
Nielsen: Symphony no. 3 (“Sinfonia espansiva”)

Event Info

The conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein had a special sense for great works by composers who were not necessarily widely recognized. Let us not forget that it was Bernstein who brought to the public consciousness the symphonies of Mahler, Shostakovich, Prokofiev, and Ives. In 1962, Bernstein "discovered" a “new” composer—at least to the wider world—the important Danish composer Karl Nielsen. The recording of Nielsen's Fifth Symphony by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra for CBS Records led many music fans to ask, "how have we not heard of this composer before?" When Bernstein recorded the Third Symphony of Nielsen (in 1965), the world already understood that before us were both an important composer and a wonderful piece. Today there seems to be no dispute about the importance, quality, and musical value of Nielsen's works.

Price Range

180-550 nis

Duration

approx 2 hours including intermission

Duration

approx 2 hours including intermission

Price range

180-550 nis

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