Hear a symphony that truly contains the whole universe, Mahler’s Resurrection, with acclaimed conductor Daniel Harding and the Orchestre de Paris. Mahler’s first major work, and one of the most popular in his lifetime, his Resurrection Symphony brings to musical life his oft quoted aphorism, that a symphony must be like the world, it must contain everything: a sublime melting pot combining tradition and avant-garde, the serene and the grotesque, death and resurrection. FEATURING Daniel Harding, conductor Christiane Karg, soprano Wiebke Lehmkuhl, alto Orchestre de Paris PROGRAM MAHLER Symphony No.2 Resurrection
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