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Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège Wallonie-Bruxelles

Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège Wallonie BruxellesFrançois-Xavier Roth conductor

Serenade, KV 388, "Nachtmusik" Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
ad absurdum, for trompet and small orchestra Jörg Widmann
Symphony no. 1, "Titan" Gustav Mahler

Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège Wallonie-Bruxelles

Serenade, KV 388, "Nachtmusik" Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
ad absurdum, for trompet and small orchestra Jörg Widmann

Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège Wallonie-Bruxelles

Sergei Nakariakov trumpet

Serenade, KV 388, "Nachtmusik" Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège Wallonie-Bruxelles

Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège Wallonie BruxellesFrançois-Xavier Roth conductor – Sergei Nakariakov trumpet

Serenade, KV 388, "Nachtmusik" Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
ad absurdum, for trompet and small orchestra Jörg Widmann
Symphony no. 1, "Titan" Gustav Mahler


The Liège Philharmonic joins in the festivities to mark the double Mahler anniversary: the 150th anniversary of his birth in 2010 and the centenary of his death in 2011. The orchestra presents his First Symphony, known as the "Titan" in reference to a novel by Jean Paul, a pioneer of Romanticism and a favourite author of Mahler's? The programme is completed by two extremely contrasting composers whose works François-Xavier Roth is particularly fond of: Mozart and Jörg Widmann, a young German composer, born in 1973, whose trumpet concerto Ad Absurdum will be given its Belgian premiere.

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