Brahms & Beethoven
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Brahms Schicksalslied, Op.54
Paul Moravec Montserrat: Concerto for Cello and Orchestra
Josep Caballé-Domenech Conductor
Leah Hansen Cello
About The Performance
Brahms scored his Schicksaslied (Song of Destiny) as a man haunted by fate and longing for divine connection. Philharmonic cellist Leah Hansen takes on Paul Moravec’s “Montserrat” concerto. Beethoven’s Egmont, the complete incidental music for Goethe’s play of the same name, is performed here with soprano and narrator to tell the complete heroic tale of defiance.
Join us for Colorado Springs Philharmonic Pre-Concert talks. Go behind the curtain and inside the score with these 30-minute pre-concert conversations featuring conductors and guest artists giving their take on the program. Talks begin one hour before performance time.