"It is a chamber music dialogue with the orchestra that only works if you are on the same wavelength. With Joana Mallwitz I am, which is why I am particularly looking forward to the Brahms with her," enthuses Artist in Residence Augustin Hadelich with regard to the great only violin concerto by Johannes Brahms, which he will play for you with the Konzerthausorchester and principal conductor Joana Mallwitz.
To whom Beethoven wanted to dedicate his Third Symphony, may have dedicated it to, or whose dedication he may have withdrawn remains lost in the mists of time. “Ultimately, a dedication to an imaginary hero cannot be ruled out,” writes the Beethoven House in Bonn succinctly. In any case, the work is still a hit with audiences today, and anyone who wants to can feel like a postmodern hero of everyday life when principal conductor Joana Mallwitz and the Konzerthausorchester interpret the symphony after the intermission.
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