Despite being, as he described himself, “thrice homeless,” Gustav Mahler rose from humble origins to become the most powerful and celebrated conductor of his time, and one of the greatest composers of all time. By the time of his tragically early death in 1911, he had become an inspirational beacon for a new generation of outsider composers and performers. These composers would re-shape the world of music in the years after World War IRead More
What are the many themes in the poem which so inspired Mahler? This moving programme takes the listener on a journey that is both musical and spiritual, exploring both the composers and the ideas that influenced Mahler.Read More
Conductor Kenneth Woods shares his thoughts about our concert :Visions of Childhood.”Read More
The ESO (English Symphony Orchestra/English String Orchestra) have announced the appointment of...Read More
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