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Brahms: Academic Festival Overture
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Thomas Søndergård, conductor

When the University of Breslau gave Brahms an honorary degree, they were honouring a master of the symphony – a man who could express the experience of a lifetime in music of thrilling grandeur and sweep. They definitely didn’t expect a riotous overture based on student drinking songs! But that’s how Thomas Søndergård opens tonight’s concert, before diving headlong into the noble melodies, storm-swept landscapes and deep poetry of a composer who could move mountains but preferred to touch the human heart.

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Perth Concert Series: Royal Scottish National Orchestra - A Festival of Brahms Book now
Thu 30 Mar: 7:30pm
Gannochy Trust Auditorium