From Prague to Leningrad - Slavic Soul II

The “Prague” Symphony was named after the city in which it received its premiere performance and has enjoyed a reputation ever since as one of the great Austrian classicist's most magnificent works. Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony was premiered exactly a century and a half later in Leningrad; a masterful blending of modernist cerebrality and genuine sentiment, the symphony is an equally impressive achievement. Both works will be conducted by the Indonesian maestro, Adrian Prabava, a rising star on the music scene.

Fri., 17 Oct. 2014 20:30

Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall

Christos Lambrakis Hall
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
(1756–1791)
Symphony no. 38 in D major ('Prague'), ?.504
DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH
(1906–1975)
Symphony no.5 in D minor, opus 47
CONDUCTOR
Adrian Prabava

19:45
Pre-concert talk, free for ticket holders

 

 

TICKETS INFORMATION

25€ (Grand Tier), 15€ (Zone Α), 10€ (Zone B+C), 5€ (Students, young people, unemployed, individuals with special needs)