18 Mahler 5.


  • Mozart Piano Concerto No. 27 K.59532′
  • Mahler Symphony No. 572′

A trumpet sounds, and the orchestra unleashes Hell. To call Mahler's Fifth Symphony dramatic is a bit of an understatement! But there's joy as well as tragedy in this epic musical adventure, as well as the ravishing Adagietto: possibly the sweetest love-song in all music. Christoph Koenig was an instant hit on his first appearance in 2019; now he's joined by Paul Lewis in Mozart's exquisite final piano concerto. 

Photo: Christoph Koenig © Christian Wind


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