Music review: BBC SSO/Thomas Dausgaard



MUSIC
City Halls, Glasgow
*****
By the end of its five long hours (or almost), Dausgaard’s Beethoven marathon felt like a revelatory experience. Things had started gently with what was rather a careful, tame Pastoral Symphony, very much an appetiser to the riches that would follow. But the concert burst into vivid life with the arrival of Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki, who filled the lyrical Fourth Piano Concerto with energy and wonder, crystalline clarity and brittle brilliance while perched precariously on the very edge of his piano stool. Dausgaard followed that remarkable performance... read more

 
8 October 2016 in Lifestyle, Views: 45
Source: Scotsman
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