Late Romantic music by Richard Strauss and Rachmaninov performed by the CBSO conducted by Andris Nelsons, live from Symphony Hall Birmingham, and featuring pianist Stephen Hough playing Rachmaninov's rarely heard First Piano Concerto. The concert is introduced by Petroc Trelawny.
Also on the programme, two monumental symphonic poems by Strauss. His early musical depiction of death and beyond - Tod und Verklärung - and the epic Also Sprach Zaruthustra which is loosely based on the philosophical writings of Nietszche.
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