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Monday 1 September  

Radio Show: Dvorak’s seventh symphony

“…Antonin Dvorak’s seventh symphony, the least performed of the three final symphonies, is placed in the limelight today live at the Concertgebouw. The renowned maestro Herbert Blomstedt returns to Amsterdam and will...

Radio Show: Shostakovich and friends

“…This is Dmitri Shostakovich’ Tenth Symphony that he completed in 1953, the year of Stalin’s death and also the year that Shostakovich’ colleague and friend Sergei Prokofiev passed away.The mighty Tenth is...

Radio Show: Mahler’s mysterious Seventh

“…Gustav Mahler’s mysterious Seventh symphony is about to be performed by the RCO led by the French composer and conductor Pierre Boulez. As part of a complete overview of Mahler’s symphonies the Concertgebouw...

Radio Show: A striking Scandinavian symphony

“…The disquieting world of Carl Nielsen’s Fifth symphony where several battles are being fought on a number of fronts. The most severe clash in this striking Scandinavian symphony is the moment when the side drum tries...

Radio Show: Russian masterpieces

“…This is the opening statement of Alexander Borodin’s 2nd symphony. It starts as an old Russian fairy tale as if the low strings tell us: once upon a time in ancient Russia. This great symphony is part of a Russian...

Radio Show: A Dutch treat

“…This is the opening theme of Jan van Gilse’s Symphony no. 1. This rarely performed late romantic symphony is part of a Dutch treat live at the Concertgebouw. You might never have heard of Jan van Gilse, Henriëtte...

Radio Show: Rachmaninov's majestic Third

“…Sergei Rachmaninov was one of the greatest pianists of all time. His piano concertos are still among the most admired and beloved classical solo concertos. But Rachmaninov himself wanted to excel in all fields and he...

Radio Show: The Rite of Spring

‘… Today James Gaffigan conducts the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra in Stravinsky’s Le sacre du printemps and Milhaud’s Le boeuf sur le toit. Brazil is also our point of departure for the hauntingly...

Radio Show: Towering Masterpieces

LIVE AT THE CONCERTGEBOUW '...Welcome live at the Concertgebouw for a Beethoven and Bruckner event. Conductor laureate Bernard Haitink, one of today’s most revered conductors, teams up with the RCO. He was chief conductor of the...

Radio Show: Tribute to Fallen Friends

LIVE AT THE CONCERTGEBOUW '...Ludwig van Beethoven’s pastoral symphony, a Haydn cello concerto and Ravel’s Le tombeau de Couperin are the wonderful ingredients for today’s concert live at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam....