Brussels Philharmonic | Mahler 3 · 05.10.2024 · Concertgebouw Brugge

Mahler 3


Kazushi Ono takes the next step – a giant step in fact – in his journey with Mahler. With the Brussels Philharmonic, the Vlaams Radiokoor, Octopus Kamerkoor and the children’s choir of Opera Ballet Flanders all together on stage, it will certainly be a crowd. But our musi ...

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Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 3 in D minor (1896)


∙ 19:30 introduction: Mark Delaere
∙ 20:00 concert (without break)
∙ 21:45 end


Concertgebouw Brugge ∙ 't Zand 34, 8000 Bruggehow to reach the venue

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"We open our season with Mahler’s Third Symphony, continuing our journey which began with the Fifth and First. The Third is one of his ‘Wunderhorn’ symphonies, based on his wonderful song settings of German folk poems from Des Knaben Wunderhorn. It’s one of his longest symphonies, set in six movements, each of which originally had a title relating to nature, humanity and love. Mahler felt very deeply about nature and nature is talking to us through this music. It is romantic and ambitious, and marks a huge jump by Mahler as a symphonic composer." – Kazushi Ono