London Philharmonic Orchestra in Brighton | 29th January 2022 | Brighton Dome, Brighton, East Sussex
London Philharmonic Orchestra in Brighton at Brighton Dome, on 29th January 2022 Stormclouds and Spring Flowers featuring works of Debussy, Brahms and Dvořák.
You never know where inspiration will strike. For Dvořák, the sight of a train arriving in Prague suggested the opening of his Seventh Symphony. Personal tragedy did the rest, and the result is one of the most stirring of Romantic symphonies: tense, stormy and pulsing with heartfelt emotion.
It’s a perfect match for guest conductor Kazushi Ono – described as ‘a phenomenon’ by Le Figaro – and the glorious sound and effortless flair of clarinettist Andreas Ottensamer, who plays Brahms’s Clarinet Sonata No. 1. And to begin, spring flowers from Claude Debussy: fresh, fragrant, and delivered with love.
Debussy Printemps (Symphonic Suite) Brahms (orch. Berio) Sonata for Clarinet, Opus 120 No. 1 Debussy Première rhapsodie Dvořák Symphony No. 7
Kazushi Ono conductor Andreas Ottensammer clarinet
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