London Symphony Orchestra/Nikolaj Znaider

Nikolaj Znaider conducts Mozart and Mahler

4 April 2013 / 19:30

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Mozart Piano Concerto No 25, K503
Mahler Symphony No 5

Nikolaj Znaider conductor
Piotr Anderszewski piano
London Symphony Orchestra

Mozart’s Piano Concerto No 25, composed at the same time as his ‘Prague’ Symphony, is grand and symphonic, with trumpets and timpani adding to the festive atmosphere. Although Mahler’s Fifth Symphony starts with a Funeral March, the delicate Adagietto, reportedly written for the composer’s future wife Alma, creates a decisive turning point, leading the way to a conclusion of joyous triumph.

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