On March 12th, 2020 it was announced that new measures need to be taken in the context of the Coronavirus. All events are cancelled immediately. This also applies to this concert. This measure is effective until at least June 1st.
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Take a journey, away from the daily routine, and be amazed. Go outside, meander through woods and fields. Enjoy the unknown, and let existing thoughts dwindle and new ideas dawn. Close your eyes and let Mahler’s First Symphony inspire you to walk. Take yourself somewhere. You never know what you’ll find.
During Mahler Moves, we examine the relationship between music and travel. How music can accompany your journey, or how music can take you places. Much music has been written about travelling, walking; music about daredevils, diehards, dreamers.
The premiere of Mahler’s Symphony No. 1 was not a great success. Was the orchestration too daring, or was it that the changes in mood were too extreme? Mahler himself didn’t know either: “Sometimes it sent shivers down my spine. Damn it all, where do people keep their ears and their hearts if they can’t hear that!” Today, Mahler’s symphonic firstborn is considered one of the most remarkable works of the late 19th century. Chief conductor Nicholas Collon and his Residentie Orkest dive into the depths of this piece of musical heritage.
A complete evening!
Tickets include wardrobe, coffee/tea and a drink before and after the concert.
About this concert
Nicholas Collon, conductor
Mahler – Symphony No. 1 ‘Titan’