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- Strauss Don Juan, 18′
- Mozart Vado, ma dove, 6′
- Mozart Non più di fiori, 10′
- Mahler Symphony No. 4, 59′
Gustav Mahler said that a symphony should be like the world, but sometimes his best music was also his gentlest. CBSO Chief Conductor and Artistic Advisor designate Kazuki Yamada conducts a symphony that begins with sleighbells and ends in heaven; first, though, award-winning soprano Fatma Said lights up the sky with Mozart’s special brand of fireworks, and Richard Strauss paints a swashbuckling portrait of music’s greatest seducer.
The concert on 19 January is performed in memory of Jane How.
The concert on the 19 January will be broadcast live by BBC Radio 3
Photo: Fatma Said © Felix Broede
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