London Philharmonic Orchestra: An Autumn Symphony
Imagine a huge, sumptuous musical panorama of the world in autumn, written for an enormous orchestra, and bathed in radiant colours and lush romantic melodies. Incredibly, the Austrian composer Joseph Marx’s An Autumn Symphony was forgotten for over 80 years after its controversial premiere in Vienna in 1922; but anyone who loves Mahler or Richard Strauss needs to hear the first UK performance of this extraordinary hymn to nature.
Julia Fischer’s performances of Chausson’s rapturous Poème and Respighi’s haunting Autumn Poem set the mood wonderfully for what looks like being another landmark musical rediscovery by Vladimir Jurowski.
PerformersLondon Philharmonic Orchestra
Vladimir Jurowski conductor
Julia Fischer violin
RepertoireRespighi: Autumn Poem
Chausson: Poème, Op.25
Marx: An Autumn Symphony(UK premiere)
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Part of Belief and Beyond Belief festival
Royal Festival Hall at 6pm: pre-concert event. In their first performance of the season the London Philharmonic Orchestra Future Firsts, under the baton of Vladimir Jurowski, present a 20th-century programme inspired by rituals and seasons. Admission free.
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The following concerts are not included in this offer: Meow Meow and London Philharmonic Orchestra: More Pandemonium... With a Festive Twist (4 Dec 2017) and A Golden Gala Evening: London Philharmonic Orchestra (27 Jan 2017).