Rimsky-Korsakov's Sheherazade, Joseph Moog plays Chopin

Main Hall

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Wednesday, july 19, 2017 | 8:00 PM- 9:35 PM | Main Hall | Het Concertgebouw Eigen Programmering
  • Musicians & Programme

    Musicians

    philharmonie zuidnederland

    Dmitri Liss - dirigent

    Joseph Moog - piano

    Programme

    Chopin - Tweede pianoconcert in f, op. 21

    Rimski-Korsakov - Sheherazade, op. 35 'Symfonische suite naar Duizend-en-één-nacht'

    Chopin - Trois Nocturnes, op. 15 (encore) Nr 2

    Sound clips

    This concert has an intermission

  • Description

    An unforgettable musical experience
    The Concertgebouw’s famous Main Hall is one of the best concert halls in the world, well-known for its exceptional acoustics and special atmosphere. In the Main Hall, you will feel history. Here, Gustav Mahler conducted his own compositions, as did Richard Strauss and Igor Stravinsky. Sergei Rachmaninoff played his own piano concertos in the Main Hall. This is also where musicians such as Leonard Bernstein, Vladimir Horowitz and Yehudi Menuhin gave legendary performances. Right up to now, the Main Hall offers a stage to the world’s best orchestras and musicians. Buy your tickets now and experience the magic of the Main Hall for yourself!

  • Pricing

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  • Musicians

    philharmonie zuidnederland

    Dmitri Liss - dirigent

    Joseph Moog - piano

    Programme

    Chopin - Tweede pianoconcert in f, op. 21

    Rimski-Korsakov - Sheherazade, op. 35 'Symfonische suite naar Duizend-en-één-nacht'

    Chopin - Trois Nocturnes, op. 15 (encore) Nr 2

    Sound clips

    This concert has an intermission

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