Edward Gardner conducts Mahler’s Symphony No.5 with the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
After 14 years of exploration and challenge, in the opera house, the concert hall and around the world, Vladimir Jurowski returns to the composer at the heart of his musical life; the composer that Stravinsky called the ‘most Russian of them all’. Tchaikovsky’s ballet Swan Lake is more than just four acts of some of the most gloriously inspired dance music of all time: it’s a profoundly human drama of love, struggle, destiny and redemption. No living conductor is better equipped to tell that story than Vladimir Jurowski, and there could be no more fitting last word than this full-length concert performance.
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