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3. Sep

New at Berlin Classics: Christoph Eschenbach & Konzerthausorchesters Berlin perform symphonic material by Johannes Brahms.

With Christoph Eschenbach, Berlin Classics presents a new artist of exceptional quality: Eschenbach, a conductor and pianist who is active on the world stage, is famous for the diversity of his repertoire and for the profundity of his interpretations. He is a tireless promoter and nurturer of young musical talent, a recipient of high musical awards, and since the beginning of the 2019/20 season has been Principal Conductor of the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin. Now their recording of the third movement 'Allegro giocoso' of the 4th Symphony, Op. 98 by Johannes Brahms will be released as a new single via Berlin Classics. Eschenbach has studied Brahms in depth and has constantly developed his view of the composer. The collaboration with an orchestra which, in addition to excellent soloists, has a very 'Brahmsian' sounding string sound, proves to be a perfect symbiosis.

 

'Brahms: Symphony No. 4, Op. 98: III. Allegro giocoso' is available digitally on all music platforms.