A Terceira de Brahms
Music history tells us that Brahms wrote his Symphony No. 3 when he was 50 years old, during a summer spent near the Rhine valley, in the city of Wiesbaden. The piece premiered with little success in the winter of 1883, by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Of the four symphonies written by Brahms, it is the shortest and perhaps the most proportional, with balanced movements in terms of duration, which reveals the thoroughness of Brahms, a restless romantic. But to explain the importance of the work of the German composer, this concert will be attended by musicologist Ana Liberal and German Michael Sanderling, one of the great conductors of our time. A concert to see, hear and learn more about.
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