Royal Festival Hall 2014/15
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Turbulent Tchaikovsky and poised Beethoven
Pires performs Beethoven’s Triple Concerto
JTI Friday Series
Wagner Prelude to Act 1, Lohengrin
Beethoven Triple Concerto
Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5
Jukka-Pekka Saraste conductor
Maria João Pires piano
Augustin Dumay violin
Antonio Meneses cello
London Philharmonic Orchestra
a homophobic society, tortured by a loveless existence and paranoid as to the worth of his artistic abilities. And yet his Fifth Symphony was the most honest, dramatic and optimistic of his turbulent final three. If Tchaikovsky’s symphonic journey to his hoped-for redemption is music straight from the heart, Beethoven’s Triple Concerto appears to be born more of the head. Here is a concerto all about balance, precision and beauty, but still making room for a lively Polish folk dance in its gregarious finale.
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