Edward Gardner brings his “gripping sense of theater” (Star Tribune) to a program filled with bold heroics, stormy outbursts, and the full power of the London Philharmonic Orchestra unleashed. This evening program begins with Beethoven’s galvanizing Egmont Overture, followed by the lush virtuosity of Sibelius’s Violin Concerto with James Ehnes as soloist. The drama peaks in the final work of the evening: Mahler’s towering First Symphony, aptly subtitled “Titan.”

The Program

“A non-stop journey of discovery.”
– Financial Times on the London Philharmonic Orchestra
“Powerful, impassioned conducting.”
– Seattle Times on Edward Gardner
“A violinist in a class of his own.”
– The Times (U.K.) on James Ehnes

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London Philharmonic Orchestra

Edward Gardner, conductor

Monday, April 15, 2019 at 8:00 pm David Geffen Hall

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London Philharmonic Orchestra

Edward Gardner, conductor

James Ehnes, violin

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