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Live on takt1: Brahms Cycle in Bregenz I.

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A very special project: the Vienna Symphony under Philippe Jordan plays all four Brahms symphonies over two evenings.

  • Wiener Symphoniker | Copyright: © Stefan Olah

    Wiener Symphoniker © Stefan Olah

  • Festspielhaus Bregenz | Copyright: © Kongresskultur Bregenz / KoenigsFreunde

    Festspielhaus Bregenz © Kongresskultur Bregenz / KoenigsFreunde

The Vienna Symphony undertake a real feat of strength: over two evenings, they will play all four Brahms symphonies as part of the Bregenz Festival, approaching them as a cycle.

The first half of the Brahms cycle from Philippe Jordan and the Vienna Symphony. Brahms wrote his first two symphonies more or less back-to-back: after finishing the first in 1876, he reworked it again the following year. That same year, 1877, he composed the second. It would take a few years before the next two followed.

Watch the live stream on 4 August at 11:00 via the button below. All takt1 streams are also availabe after the concert.

English title Brahms Cycle I.
Original title Brahms-Zyklus I.
Recording location Festspielhaus Bregenz
Recording date 04.08.2019
Production year 2019
Composer Johannes Brahms
Orchestra / Band Wiener Symphoniker
Conductor Philippe Jordan

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