Principal Conductor Edward Gardner conducts Bartók’s shimmering Concerto for Orchestra – a song of exile that ends with a mighty shout of joy.
Bartók Concerto for Orchestra
London Philharmonic Orchestra
GRAMMY Award-winning pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim tackles the so-called 'New Testament' of music, Ludwig van Beethoven's thirty-two piano sonatas.
Composed over twenty-five years and embodying the shift of musical taste from the Classic to the Romantic, their performance requires a musician of extraordinary versatility.
Daniel Barenboim is one such pianist – his recordings run the gamut from Bach and Mozart to Bruckner and Bartók. In following in the footsteps of such masters as Artur Schnabel, Barenboim truly shows himself to be among the greatest living musicians.
(Director), Daniel Barenboim (Piano), (Composer)