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RCO Opening 2018: Daniele Gatti & Evgeny Kissin

Author: C Major Entertainment

Evgeny Kissin is returning to the Concertgebouw Orchestra playing Liszt’s First Piano Concerto, lead by chief conductor Daniele Gatti.

  • RCO Opening Night 2018: Daniele Gatti & Evgeny Kissin | Copyright: © C Major Entertainment

    RCO Opening Night 2018: Daniele Gatti & Evgeny Kissin © C Major Entertainment

  • RCO Opening Night 2018: Daniele Gatti & Evgeny Kissin | Copyright: © C Major Entertainment

    RCO Opening Night 2018: Daniele Gatti & Evgeny Kissin © C Major Entertainment

RCO Opening Night is the festive opening of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra’s new season in the company of loyal audience members and new friends.

The fourth RCO Opening Night in the history of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra will be led by chief conductor Daniele Gatti. Pianist Evgeny Kissin, without a doubt one of the biggest piano players of our time – some say a living legend – is returning to the Concertgebouw Orchestra for the first time since 1994. He will be playing the solo in Liszt’s First Piano Concerto. This concert, suffused with the spirit of Romanticism, opens with Berlioz’s concert overture Le Carnaval Romain with its beautiful English horn solo. Mendelssohn’s passionate ‘Italian’ symphony is flanked by works from beloved Italian operas, with several more musical surprises to follow.

Original title RCO Opening Night 2018: Daniele Gatti & Evgeny Kissin
Genre Concert
Recording location Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam, 14th September, 2018
Duration approx. 90 mins
Production Company RCO, Unitel
Composer Giuseppe Verdi, Gioachino Rossini, Franz Liszt, Hector Berlioz, Felix Mendelssohn
Orchestra / Band Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Conductor Daniele Gatti
Soloist Evgeny Kissin

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