CBSO - Mahler, Esenvalds
Live from Symphony Hall, Birmingham, Andris Nelsons conducts the CBSO and choruses. Esenvalds: Lakes Awake at Dawn. Mahler: Symphony No 3 (with Michaela Schuster: mezzo-soprano).
Live from Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Presented by Tom Redmond
Andris Nelsons conducts the CBSO in Mahler's Third Symphony.
Ešenvalds: Lakes Awake at Dawn
Mahler: Symphony No.3
Michaela Schuster, mezzo-soprano
CBSO Youth Chorus
CBSO Children's Chorus
Andris Nelsons, conductor
All good things come to an end. And on what are sure to be emotional evenings, Andris Nelsons has chosen to say farewell to Birmingham with Mahler's huge, rapturous hymn to nature - both unchanging, and forever renewing. A beautiful new choral work by Andris's fellow-Latvian Eriks Ešenvalds - jointly commissioned with Andris's new orchestra in Boston - brings the orchestra, choruses, audience and conductor together to celebrate seven inspirational years.