Live on takt1: Sir Simon Rattle & The LSO
Wild modernism from Eastern Europe meets sweeping symphonic artistry: Sir Simon Rattle conducts the London Symphony Orchestra.
Sir Simon Rattle © Thomas Rabsch licenced to Warner Classics
London Symphony Orchestra © LSO
Under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle, the London Symphony Orchestra open the evening with Bela Bartók's energetic Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, before constructing a vast cathedral of sound in the second half. With Rattle at the helm, Anton Bruckner's Sixth is guaranteed to be a major event of unrivaled power.
This concert also marks the beginning of a new exclusive cooperation between takt1 and the Philharmonie Luxembourg. More live stream concert highlights from Luxembourg will be announced shortly.
The live stream is on 24 February 2019 at 19:00, all takt1 live streams are available as video on demand after the concerts.
English title Sir Simon Rattle conducts the London Symphony Orchestra
Recording location Philharmonie Luxembourg
Genre Symphonic Music
Producer Simeon Klein
Production Company takt1
Co-Production Company soneMedia
Director Michael Ciniselli
Sound Engineer Jens Schünemann
Composer Antonin Bruckner
English title of music work Symphony No. 6
Composer Bela Bartók
English title of music work Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta Sz.106
Orchestra / Band London Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Sir Simon Rattle
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