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    2014: Memory and Renewal

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    Classical music
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    Thierry Fischer, conductor
    Marco Boggreve

    Centuries of music from the London Philharmonic Orchestra evoke changing times, in a concert broadcast online.

    The eternal cycle: 1814 brought a fragile peace to Europe, and the teenage Schubert’s delightful Second Symphony seems to dance for joy.

    A century later in 1914, Europe stood on the brink again, and the German composer Max Reger looked back, one last time, to Mozart: painting his musical tribute in all the colours of the Romantic orchestra.

    It’s a sumptuous climax to a concert that begins amid the supercharged splendour of Baroque Venice.

    We leap forward to 2014 – where a modern Austrian composer finds a myth of renewal snaking through the Alpine forests.

    Cellist Kristina Blaumane joins conductor Thierry Fischer in Thomas Larcher’s extraordinary Ouroboros.

    This concert is broadcast live at 7.30pm on Wednesday 21 October 2020 on BBC Radio 3. See the performance here.

    This event is pre-recorded exclusively for the Southbank Centre.

    Performers
    • London Philharmonic Orchestra
    • Thierry Fischer conductor
    • Pieter Schoeman violin
    • Kristina Blaumane cello
    Repertoire
    • Vivaldi: Violin Concerto in B flat, RV.383a (Op.4 No.1)
    • Schubert: Symphony No.2 in B flat
    • Thomas Larcher: Ouroboros for cello & chamber orchestra
    • Reger: Variations and Fugue on a theme by Mozart for orchestra, Op.132

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    This event is streamed. Streaming is provided by Marquee TV on behalf of the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Southbank Centre.

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    This concert will be available to view for free seven days after it is first broadcast. After seven days, it will only be available to Marquee TV subscribers.

    Dates & times

    Until 11 Nov

    Price

    • Standard entryFree

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