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RLPO play Jean Sibelius masterpiece Finlandia JEAN SIBELIUS Finlandia Vasily Petrenko conductor One of the great late-Romantic composers, who single handedly placed Finland on the musical map. And theres nothing more Finnish than Sibeliuss Finlandia. Watch the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra tackle this Finnish masterpiece, performed at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall in November 2009. Sibelius originally wrote this for a scenic piece called Finland Awakes, which was presented at the Swedish Theatre in Helsinki in protest against the drastic suppression of political freedom by Finlands Russian masters in the February Manifesto of 1899. The atmosphere of oppression would have been palpable enough for those who heard the piece, if not, the allusion to Emil Genetzs well-known...
Music video by Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra performing (Everything I Do) I Do It For You. (C) 2017 Decca Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited / Global Radio Limited http://vevo.ly/sCjKFv
Vasily Petrenko and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra will explore music ‘From the New World’ in a series of concerts featuring American artists and composers, and music by European composers influenced by America or who sought sanctuary there. Joining the Orchestra this season are the great bass-baritone Sir Bryn Terfel and pianist Stephen Hough as our Artists in Residence. Sir Bryn will sing in two of Verdi's masterpieces – the dramatic Requiem and the opera Falstaff in which he will reprise his internationally acclaimed signature role of Sir John Falstaff. Wirral-born Stephen Hough’s residency is at the centre of a focus on the piano this season. Stephen will perform all five Beethoven piano concertos. The Orchestra will perform their usual Christmas traditions of the Spiri...
On June 20 2009, 80's synth-pioneers Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark realised a 30 year dream, backed by the rich resonance of a 75 piece orchestra, the visual majesty of filmmaker Hambi, and the vision of artist Peter Saville. Set in the opulent and historic setting of Liverpool's Philharmonic Hall, OMD performed their imposing back catalogue abetted by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, after collaborative audio-visual installation The Energy Suite received its orchestral premier. The hit laden set, dripping with classics such as Enola Gay and Joan of Arc, and stuffed with exclusive firsts, such as the primary live outing of Radio Prague, is captured in all its magnificence on Electricity: OMD with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. The band's determination to utilis...
NEW ALBUM AVAILABLE HERE: http://links.emi.com/Rachmaninov2 ... Following critical acclaim for their recording of Sergei Rachmaninov's Symphony No. 3, the compelling partnership of Vasily Petrenko and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic has recorded the second in a series of releases for EMI Classics highlighting the Russian music of the RLPO's Chief Conductor's heritage. Rachmaninov's popular Symphony No. 2 in E minor is coupled with contrasting dances from the one-act opera Aleko that effectively launched his professional career as a composer.
Recorded at the Liverpol Philharmonic Hall on Friday 2 October 2009, The Waterson Family are the first family of folk. A rare chance to see the whole family performing together including Norma Waterson, Mike Waterson, Ann Waterson, Martin Carthy, Eliza Carthy, Eleanor Waterson and Rachel Straw, Maria Gilhooley, Oliver Knight and Saul Rose.
Mari and Hakon Samuelsen perform an adaption of James Horner’s ‘José's Martyrdom’ with Royal Liverpool Philharmonic under the baton of David Arnold, from the Album James Horner – Collage: The Last Work. You can now pre-order ‘Collage: The Last Work’ and listen to ‘José's Martyrdom’ here: Amazon - http://po.st/xB3bpe iTunes - http://po.st/y6AeOO Spotify - http://po.st/sbNHR3
Watch the full film of Mahler's Fifth Symphony free on Hibrow: http://www.hibrow.tv/player.html?em=BlaWZlMzpUBD7onyIcMGMjr4H3KwycwE The Fifth Symphony may be Mahler's most famous composition, is certainly the most frequently performed and is said to represent Mahler's love song to his wife Alma. Leonard Bernstein conducted it during the funeral Mass for Robert Kennedy at St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, on 8 June 1968 and it was used in the 1971 Luchino Visconti film Death in Venice. Vasily Petrenko (Chief Conductor, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Chief Conductor, Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra; Principal Guest Conductor, Mikhailovsky Theatre, St Petersburg) is an award-winning Russian conductor recognised as one of the exceptional musicians of his generation. The Royal Liverpool ...
Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group Prince Igor, Polovtsian Dances: Dance III · Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir/Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Charles Mackerras Russian Music ℗ 1991 Erato/Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd Choir: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir Conductor: Sir Charles Mackerras Lead Vocals: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir Lead Vocals: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Lead Vocals: Sir Charles Mackerras Orchestra: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Produced by: Andrew Keener Producer: Simon Foster Producer: Andrew Keener Tonmeister: Mike Clements Composer: Alexander Borodin
Simon Trpčeski Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Vasily Petrenko - Conductor Sergei Rachmaninov – Piano Concerto no.2 in C minor, opus 18 Recorded live during the BBC Proms on 19th July 2010 at Royal Albert Hall Movements: (i) Moderato Allegro (ii) Adagio sostenato (iii) NA
Liverpool Philharmonic’s celebration of Christmas has been much-loved by generations, and this year we are delighted to present another sleigh-full of festive delights in the stunning surroundings of our newly refurbished grade II* listed Hall. http://www.liverpoolphil.com/christmas With carols, comedy and musical celebration of all kinds, you'll find there's something for everyone at Liverpool Philharmonic this Christmas.
Vasily Petrenko conducts the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra in one of the world's great concert pieces: Mahler's Fifth Symphony. The sumptuous, haunting fourth movement, the Adagietto, is Mahler's most performed composition.
Teo Gheorghiu Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Vasily Petrenko Liszt/Schubert - Wanderer Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra Movement 1 (Allegro con Fuoco): 00:29 Movement 2 (Adagio): 06:48 Movement 3 (Presto): 13:22 Movement 4 (Allegro): 17:50 Sunday 22 January 2017 Liverpool Philharmonic Hall