‘London Philharmonic Orchestra & Vladimir Jurowski’

6 Dec.'22
- 20:00

Writing a new symphony after an eighth has made many a composer wince. Many did not want to overtake Beethoven, and saw it as a death sentence, because Beethoven died not much later. Gustav Mahler broke the 'curse of the Ninth' by writing, after his Eighth, Das Lied von der Erde, a symphonic song cycle of some kind. With his Ninth, he delivered a sublime instrumental work in which fierce passion, irony, humour, melancholy and death are ingeniously interwoven. It is a great pleasure to have the London Philharmonic Orchestra, still considered one of the best orchestras in the world, cross the channel for Mahler's last completed symphony.   

London Philharmonic Orchestra
orchestra
Vladimir Jurowski
conductor
Programme
Gustav Mahler

Symphony no. 9

Practical information

Location

Henry Le Boeuf Hall

Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS

Rates

Standard

26 - 52 - 72 - 98 -

Listening seats

14 -

< 30 year

13 - 26 - 36 - 49 -

Job seeker : BIM/VT Card

13 - 26 - 36 - 49 -

BIM VT | EU Disability card

13 - 26 - 36 - 49 -

Wheelchair

10 -

Companion wheelchair

10 - 13 - 26 - 36 - 49 -