Haenchen brings you Bruckners Zevende
Bruckner was in a good place when he wrote the grand Seventh Symphony. You can hear that in everything, from the heart wrenching opening to the intense Adagio. Even today, the Seventh is one of Bruckner’s most popular compositions. A good opportunity to hear guest conductor Hartmut Haenchen’s interpretation of this successful piece of music.
He was styled “conductor of the year” by the leading German music magazine Opernwelt. But before that, the South Netherlands Philharmonic takes a dive into the reflective world of sounds of the American composer Richard Danielpour. In his moving song cycle Elegies the letters of a father fallen in war to his yet unborn daughter build bridges across time. It is the time to shine for the top soloists Thomas Oliemans from the Netherlands and the Russian mezzo-soprano Marina Prudenskaya.
Music that leaves none untouched
Symfonie nr 7
The concert led by Hartmut Haenchen is made possible by the Partner program of the Friends of philharmonie zuidnederland