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Pre-eminent conductor Gianandrea Noseda continues his tenure as the National Symphony Orchestra's visionary music director. Join the world class ensemble as they perform a duo of works by Franz Schubert and Gustav Mahler, with added ForeWords and AfterWords discussions in the Justice Forum preceding and following select performances.
The evening begins with Schubert's Symphony No. 8 in B minor. Although it is known as the "Unfinished Symphony", the 1822 piece can also been as a "finished half-symphony" as its exquisite fragments need no editing to be performed and its fully-realized melodies unfold like independent songs. The program comes to a close with Mahler's Symphony No. 5 in C sharp, a triumphant dark-through-light work that reflects the composer's brush with death and life-affirming relief at the turn of the century.
Opening night: 20 February 2020
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