To the memory of an angel
Strauss | Berg | Brahms
For decades, Alban Berg’s concerto “To the memory of an angel” was the composer’s only dodecaphonic work to be performed regularly in concert. For the first time with his friends and colleagues of Les Dissonances, David Grimal returns to this magisterial and intense score : simultaneously the apotheosis of a fine Viennese musical tradition and a twilit leap into the future.
You are sure to succumb to the sacred Viennese charms of Richard Strauss’ suite from Der Rosenkavalier, before joyfully returning to a magisterial interpretation, unanimously hailed by the critics, of the equally celebrated 4th Symphony by Johannes Brahms.