The prestigious Dresden Philharmonic start the new International Concert Series 2015/16 in style at St David’s Hall on Wednesday 7 October.
Steeped in German classics, the Dresden Philharmonic portray fascinating new interpretations of Rachmaninov, Wagner and Brahms. Impeccably performed by one of Europe’s leading young pianists, Andreï Korobeinikov brings romantic warmth to Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No 1.
Equally the powerfully autumnal world of The Fourth Symphony is Brahms at his most passionate and poetic, whilst few can match the grandeur of Wagner’s Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg.
Since forming in 1870, the Dresden Philharmonic have captivated worldwide auidences. Guiding them once again through this compelling concert is the masterful conductor Michael Sanderling.
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Tickets are priced £7.50-£39.50 (*plus a £2.95 ticket service charge per transaction).
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