London Philharmonic Orchestra Begins 2009/10 Season at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall, Sept 25 & 26

Friday 25 and Saturday 26 September at 7.30pm

Vladimir Jurowski will lead London Philharmonic Orchestra in their opening concert of the season. Mahler's Symphony 2 'Resurrection' is a magnificent work for large orchestra, full choir, and two female vocal soloists. It contains the composer's hallmarks, from dark, foreboding passages to light, poised themes, and ends with a gradual, drawn-out triumph. On Friday 25 September, this piece forms the whole evening's programme, while on Saturday 26 it is preceded by a short work for large orchestra by György Kurtág, Stele.

Vladimir Jurowski conductor
Adriana Kucerova soprano
Christianne Stotijn mezzo soprano
London Philharmonic Choir

Click here to listen to London Philharmonic Orchestra's podcast about Mahler's Symphony No. 2.


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