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Brahms

Palau de la Música Barcelona

  • Conductor

    Zubin Mehta

    Zubin Mehta was born in 1936 in Bombay and received his first musical education under his father’s Mehli Mehta’s guidance who was a noted concert violinist and the founder of the Bombay Symphony Orchestra. After a short period of pre-medical studies…

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  • Johannes Brahms

    "New Trails“ was the title of an enthusiastic article in the "Neue Zeitschrift für Musik“ in which Robert Schumann introduced Johannes Brahms (born on May 7th 1833 in Hamburg) to the musical world. Praised as an innovator by Schumann, Brahms was…

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    Symphony No. 2 in D major, Opus 73

    Symphony No. 2 in D major, Opus 73

    After Brahms had finally conquered his reluctance to write a symphony with his "First” after a 20-year preparation period, the second followed hot on its heels. One year after the world première of the First Symphony, in December of 1897, he enjoyed…

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  • Johannes Brahms

    "New Trails“ was the title of an enthusiastic article in the "Neue Zeitschrift für Musik“ in which Robert Schumann introduced Johannes Brahms (born on May 7th 1833 in Hamburg) to the musical world. Praised as an innovator by Schumann, Brahms was…

    more

    Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Opus 98

    Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Opus 98

    Only a few months after its world première in 1885, hardly anyone characterized Brahms´s Fourth Symphony in E minor, Opus 98, with greater enthusiasm than did Brahms´s friend violinist Joseph Joachim in a letter to the composer: “Today we played…

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  • Conductor

    Zubin Mehta

    Zubin Mehta was born in 1936 in Bombay and received his first musical education under his father’s Mehli Mehta’s guidance who was a noted concert violinist and the founder of the Bombay Symphony Orchestra. After a short period of pre-medical studies…

    more

  • Johannes Brahms

    "New Trails“ was the title of an enthusiastic article in the "Neue Zeitschrift für Musik“ in which Robert Schumann introduced Johannes Brahms (born on May 7th 1833 in Hamburg) to the musical world. Praised as an innovator by Schumann, Brahms was…

    more

    Symphony No. 2 in D major, Opus 73

    After Brahms had finally conquered his reluctance to write a symphony with his "First” after a 20-year preparation period, the second followed hot on its heels. One year after the world première of the First Symphony, in December of 1897, he enjoyed…

    more

  • Johannes Brahms

    "New Trails“ was the title of an enthusiastic article in the "Neue Zeitschrift für Musik“ in which Robert Schumann introduced Johannes Brahms (born on May 7th 1833 in Hamburg) to the musical world. Praised as an innovator by Schumann, Brahms was…

    more

    Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Opus 98

    Only a few months after its world première in 1885, hardly anyone characterized Brahms´s Fourth Symphony in E minor, Opus 98, with greater enthusiasm than did Brahms´s friend violinist Joseph Joachim in a letter to the composer: “Today we played…

    more

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Max-Littmann-Saal Bad Kissingen
  • Conductor

    Paolo Bortolameolli

    Chilean-Italian conductor Paolo Bortolameolli is a prolific force on the podium, a talented lecturer, and advocate for the arts.

    Notable debuts between 2022 and 2024 include the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony,…

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  • Los Pitutos

    Was machen fünf klassisch ausgebildete Musiker aus Südamerika in Deutschland, wenn sie nicht gerade auf der Opernbühne stehen oder auf dem Konzertpodium sitzen? Na, Musik aus den Klängen und Melodien ihrer Heimat! 2015 haben sich die fünf Herren von…

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Max-Littmann-Saal Bad Kissingen