LSO Artist Portrait
An incredibly versatile musician equally at home in Classical, Romantic and contemporary repertoire, violinist Christian Tetzlaff is the subject of the LSO's 2020–21 Artist Portrait.
Across three concerts, Tetzlaff turns his attention to the 20th century and three of its great violin concertos – by Elgar, Szymanowski, and Shostakovich.
LSO/Mälkki & Christian Tetzlaff
Dancing on the edge of a volcano: Sibelius, Zemlinsky and Shostakovich stared the 20th century in the eye. Violinist Christian Tetzlaff and conductor Susanna Mälkki show us what they saw.
LSO/Ticciati & Christian Tetzlaff
Two masters bare their souls when Robin Ticciati conducts Brahms’ last symphony, and joins soloist Christian Tetzlaff in Elgar’s sweeping, unashamedly romantic Violin Concerto.
LSO/Pappano: Christian Tetzlaff & Joyce DiDonato
Triple threat: when mezzo Joyce DiDonato, violinist Christian Tetzlaff and maestro Sir Antonio Pappano are in the same concert, what more is there to say?