Fri, 1 May 2020 20:00
Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Großer Saal Not on Sale € 12.00 | 30.00 | 57.00 | 83.00 | 98.00 Further Information on Booking Tickets

ABGESAGT: Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra & Choir / Daniel Harding

The concert programme of the Elbphilharmonie and the Laeiszhalle cannot go ahead as planned due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. This event has had to be cancelled – it will not be rescheduled on an alternative date. Under the following link you can request a refund of your ticket price or expressly forgo the refund in support of the cultural scene: Information on ticket refunds and waiving refunds for cancelled events

The philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche emphatically proclaimed that »God is dead!« and substituted him with the prophet Zarathustra, who wanted to teach humanity individual responsibility. That pleased the religiously sceptical Richard Strauss, who translated the doctrine into a colourful symphonic poem that is most famous, perhaps, from the soundtrack to the film »2001: A Space Odyssey«. The other works in this concert also exhibit elements of pre-Christian beliefs: Dvorák's »The Golden Spinning Wheel« sets an old Czech fairy tale to music, and Bartók's epic tone poem »Cantata profana« tells the story of boys who are transformed into stags and who cannot return home. Daniel Harding and his Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra & Choir immerse themselves fully in the world of Eastern European myths and fairy tales.

Performers

Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra

Swedish Radio Choir

conductor Daniel Harding

Programme

Antonín Dvořák
Zlatý kolovrat (Das goldene Spinnrad) op. 109 / Sinfonische Dichtung

Béla Bartók
Die Zauberhirsche Sz 94

- Interval -

Richard Strauss
Also sprach Zarathustra / Tondichtung frei nach Friedrich Nietzsche op. 30

The concert will be broadcasted live on NDR Kultur.

Promoter

HamburgMusik