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Performance on 3


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Presented by Geoffrey Smith. From their home at the newly refurbished Royal Festival Hall, the London Philharmonic Orchestra begin their 75th anniversary season with Vladimir Jurowski's first concert as principal conductor. German
Romanticism weighs heavily in a programme that ends with the epic cantata Das klagende Lied - the work in which, according to the composer, "I really came into my own as Mahler".
Wagner Prelude: Parsifal Berg Three Pieces, Op 6
Mahler Das klagende Lied (original version)
Marisol Montalvo (soprano), Hedwig Fassbender (mezzo), Michael Hendrick (tenor),
Anthony Michaels-Moore (baritone), London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, conductor Vladimir Jurowski


Presented By: Geoffrey Smith.
Unknown: Vladimir Jurowski
Soprano: Marisol Montalvo
Soprano: Hedwig Fassbender
Tenor: Michael Hendrick
Tenor: Anthony Michaels-Moore
Conductor: Vladimir Jurowski

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