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Klaus Mäkelä Conducts Symphony n.º 9 by Mahler

Klaus Mäkelä Conducts Symphony n.º 9 by Mahler

Composed between 1909 and 1910 and premiered in Vienna in 1912, Symphony No. 9 in D major is an ode to orchestral music. Recorded without an audience in November 2020 at the Philharmonie de Paris, the concert is conducted by Klaus Mäkelä. A first for the young Finnish conductor, born in Helsinki in 1996, who will replace Daniel Harding as the head of the Orchestre de Paris in 2022.

Duration :

83 min

Available :

From 31/08/2021 to 31/08/2022

Genre :

Performance Art

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