Barenboim at Buenos Aires | Brahms Symphonies

Author: MONARDA Music GmbH

0000: An extraordinary homecoming of an extraordinary man: Daniel Barenboim gives outstanding concerts with the Staatskapelle Berlin at Buenos Aires.

  • 109447 DVD Cover | Copyright: © Arthaus Musik

    109447 DVD Cover © Arthaus Musik

  • Staatskapelle Berlin | Copyright: © Arthaus Musik: (c) Monika Rittershaus

    Staatskapelle Berlin © Arthaus Musik: (c) Monika Rittershaus

On the occasion of the Festival Barenboim in Buenos Aires, Daniel Barenboim returns to his native city to perform with the Staatskapelle Berlin the entire cycle of Brahms’ symphonies. In the concert hall of Kirchner Cultural Centre famous for its magnifi cent acoustics, Barenboim’s rendition of the Symphonies Nos. 1-4 elicits “bravos and standing ovations in the audience” (Berliner Morgenpost).

“A fabulous adventure of sound, form and colour” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

“Barenboim performed outstanding and fi ghts against the oblivion of culture” – La Nación (Argentina)

Cat. No.: 109447

Genre Concert
Recording location Kirchner Cultural Centre in Buenos Aires
Production year 2018
Duration 187mins
Video format DVD / NTSC
Audio format PCM Stereo 2.0
Composer Johannes Brahms
Orchestra / Band Staatskapelle Berlin
Conductor Daniel Barenboim



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