The Czech National Symphony Orchestra Perform With Barry Douglas

The Czech National Symphony Orchestra Perform With Barry Douglas

This month the Czech National Symphony Orchestra is well and truly underway with its series of concerts in Europe. This week there are several concerts to watch out for including one alongside Barry Douglas on the piano. If you are interested in going to see Barry Douglas alongside this super orchestra then you’ll need to be in London on the 18th April. The concert is due to take place at 7:30pm in the Cadogan Hall and tickets range from £18 to £45. For more information and ticket sales visit the Cadogan Hall website. Continue reading “The Czech National Symphony Orchestra Perform With Barry Douglas”

Barenboim and Dudamel take on Brahms!

Barenboim and Dudamel, the two most prominent men in classical music today, have teamed up for what promises to be something truly extraordinary. They have already recorded Brahms piano concertos one and two for a CD which has now been released on iTunes and Amazon. As a 60th anniversary to Barenboim’s first performance in the Royal Festival Hall, he will return to the Southbank centre along side Dudamel to perform the concertos to the public. Despite not being until January, the concert sold out in minutes and fans are travelling from across the world to see these two inspirational men perform together.  Barenboim and Dudamel

Barenboim and Dudamel come together to create a monumentous occasion

Personally, Barenboim and Dudamel are my biggest musical inspirations. I have had many awe-inspiring musical experiences (spending my 18th birthday with Karl Jenkins is certainly there among the greats), but singing under these men (Mahler 3 for Dudamel, and Beethoven 9 for Barenboim) was just the most incredible experience and I cannot even begin to describe how talented they are, each in their own right. For Barenboim to come together with Dudamel, the creator of the world acclaimed Simon Bolivar orchestra, is an exciting cornerstone in music.

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