Mahler's deeply philosophical work performed in the Municipal House
The performance of any of Mahler's symphonies is always a great event. This is especially true for the Second Symphony "Resurrection" with its high demands on performance due to the number of musicians, the participation of the choir and soloists. Mahler made no secret of his inspiration from Beethoven's Ninth, and from the beginning he intended to use a choir. In the end, however, he went further and conceived his work more as a symphonic cantata of five movements, including a fourth movement with an alto solo and a finale with choir and vocal solos.
- GUSTAV MAHLER
Symphony No. 2 in C minor „Resurrection“
Olga JELÍNKOVÁ | soprano
Bella ADAMOVÁ | alto
PRAGUE PHILHARMONIC CHOIR
Lukáš VASILEK | choirmaster
PRAGUE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Tomáš BRAUNER | conductor
- Please note that tickets for this concert will be assigned to you by the organizer within 48 hours of placing your order. You will receive your tickets by e-mail.
- Tickets purchased for this concert can not be transferred, exchanged or refunded unless the event is cancelled.
- No ticket discounts provided.
- No intermission
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