About the Event
The Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Monteverdi Choir perform music by Brahms under the baton of Sir John Elliot Gardiner in the prestigious Concertgebouw.
Sir John Eliott Gardiner juxtaposes Brahms’s choral works with the Third Symphony. Because in Brahms’s music, everything sings!
- Brahms, Johannes – Nänie, op. 82 'Auch das Schöne muss sterben'
- Brahms, Johannes – Gesang der Parzen, op. 89
- Brahms, Johannes – Symphony No. 3 in F Major, op. 90
|Orchestra:|| Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra |
The 'Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra' is a symphony orchestra of international renown, whose character has been shaped by several generations of musicians, longstanding collaboration with each of the six chief conductors, and the unique acoustic properties of the Concertgebouw’s main hall.
|Conductor:|| Gardiner, Sir John Eliot |
Sir John Eliot Gardiner is one of the most versatile conductors of our time. Acknowledged as a key figure in the early music revival, he is the founder and artistic director of the Monteverdi Choir, the English Baroque Soloists and the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique. Alongside the activities with his own ensembles, John Eliot Gardiner appears regularly as guest conductor with the most important European symphony orchestras, including the Vienna and Berlin Philharmonic orchestras and the London Symphony Orchestra.