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Nikolaj Znaider and the London Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican – 12th November 2015

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Nikolaj Znaider, the  Danish – Israeli classical violinist and conductor returns to the Barbican to explore the music of Richard Strauss. This concert features his tone poem, Death and Transfiguration, a vivid depiction of a man coming to terms with his own mortality. Then, Soile Isokoski, one of the world’s finest lyric sopranos, will end the programme with the closing scene from Strauss’ opera Capriccio.  Znaider  begins  the concert with one of Beethoven’s most popular and well loved works, Symphony No 5.

Programme

Beethoven Symphony No 5
Strauss Death and Transiguration
Strauss Closing Scene from ‘Capriccio’

Performers

Nikolaj Znaider conductor
Soile Isokoski soprano
London Symphony Orchestra

If you would like further information or book tickets, visit the Barbican website here

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