The Secret of Peer Gynt
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Romanticism, French music, Scandinavian legends, lyricism, drama and epic storytelling all wrapped into a single concert: this is the message of the first programme of the Pannon Philharmonic's first season. A richly emotional Saint-Saëns cello concerto featuring a "debate” between the soloist and the orchestra, followed by the expression of broader, more lyrical thoughts. Fauré's popular Élégie could almost be the continuation of the previous work, a shining example of musical melancholy and the attempt to provide consolation. We'll also get to enjoy a special experience in the form of both of Grieg's Peer Gynt suites, but in a new dramaturgical framework, with the first following the second.
Presented by: Pannon Philharmonic
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celloDaniel Müller Schott