A score that Leonard Bernstein borrowed from the Vienna Philharmonic half a century ago was given back as a 175th birthday present.
Category Archives: Mahler, Gustav
The dynamic conductor Vladimir Jurowski brought attention to the teeming crosscurrents and disruptions that run through Mahler’s Fourth Symphony.
The two venerable orchestras, both celebrating their 175th anniversaries this season, display treasures from the archives in a rare joint exhibition.
A Parisian educated in France and the United States, Professor de La Grange was inspired to pursue his life’s work after a Carnegie Hall concert in 1945.
The German baritone discusses a moment from Mahler’s “Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen” (“Where the fair trumpets sound,” 1898).
Leading the Berlin Philharmonic in pieces by Schoenberg, Webern and Berg, Simon Rattle invited the audience to imagine that the whole was a Mahler creation.
Conducted by Simon Rattle, who followed what seem to have been this composer’s final wishes, the ensemble gave a stunning account of the dark Sixth Symphony.
The orchestra tackled a premiere by Brendan Faegre and Mahler’s marathon “Resurrection” Symphony.
The philharmonic performed Sibelius’s Symphony No. 7 and Mahler’s “Das Lied von der Erde” at David Geffen Hall on Thursday.
The San Francisco Symphony, the New York Philharmonic and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra take on Mahler works in New York performances.