Los Angeles Phil/Dudamel: Bruckner Symphony No 4
Andrew Norman Sustain (European premiere)
Bruckner Symphony No 4, Romantic
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Gustavo Dudamel conductor
Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic launch their Barbican residency with two epic visions of nature.
The LA Phils annual Barbican residencies have become a regular highlight of Londons musical year, and under Gustavo Dudamel they repeatedly surprise and astonish. Tonight they focus all their virtuosity and verve on two radically different but equally stunning musical landscapes.
Some would say that Bruckners Romantic symphony is his most beautiful and with its breathless vistas and thunderstorm climaxes, itll be fascinating to hear Dudamel charge it with his own inimitable life-force. As for Andrew Normans Sustain: well, its practically a symphony in its own right an orchestral mediation on humanitys relationship to nature. The effect wrote the New York Times after its premiere in 2018, was sublime.
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