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National Symphony Orchestra - Brahms, Schumann, and Liszt

Closed February 9, 2019

Brahms, Schumann and Liszt!

Why See National Symphony Orchestra - Brahms, Schumann, and Liszt?

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Three Masters

Three masters come together in this evening of atmospheric and stirring music as the National Symphony Orchestra perform Brahms, Schumann and Listz. From the tragedy of Brahms to the light piano concerto of Schumann to the dark and twisted symphony by Liszt, there is something for everyone in this exciting collection.

The NSO will be joined by Nicholas Angleich, a supreme talent in the art of the violin. His mastery over his instrument will be one solo not to miss!

The Programme:
Brahms - Tragic Overture
Schumann - Piano Concerto
Listz -  A Faust Symphony

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Opening night: 7 February 2019

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