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RCO Opening Night 2017

Author: C Major Entertainment

With its festive RCO Opening Night, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra kicks off the new season with a hall full of loyal listeners and new music lovers.

  • RCO Opening Night 2017 | Copyright: © Mladen Pikulic

    RCO Opening Night 2017 © Mladen Pikulic

  • RCO Opening Night 2017 | Copyright: © Mladen Pikulic

    RCO Opening Night 2017 © Mladen Pikulic

  • RCO Opening Night 2017 | Copyright: © Mladen Pikulic

    RCO Opening Night 2017 © Mladen Pikulic

With its festive RCO Opening Night, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra kicks off the new season with a hall full of loyal listeners and new music lovers. This third annual season opener features star soprano Diana Damrau singing well-loved Mozart arias. In addition, Thomas Hengelbrock is conducting a number of orchestral works by Mozart, as well as Dvořák’s good-natured Symphony No. 8. The orchestra also happens to have a few musical surprises up its sleeve…

Original title RCO Opening Night 2017
Recording location Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam,14th September 2017
Duration 90 mins
Production Company RCO, Unitel
Composer W.A. Mozart, Antonín Dvorák, Leonard Bernstein
Orchestra / Band Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam
Conductor Thomas Hengelbrock
Soloist Diana Damrau

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