Pablo Heras-Casado conductor

Nikolai Lugansky piano

This afternoon’s concert offers a stunning reminder as to how quickly the musical world changed between Beethoven’s galvanising psychological dramas (as encapsulated in his Egmont Overture and Emperor Piano Concerto) and Mendelssohn’s fleet-footed Romanticism, which looks simultaneously back to Mozart and forward to Wagner, subtly shaded by the rhythms of Scottish folk music.

This concert is part of the Sunday Matinee Series

This concert is supported by Principal Friends of the Philharmonia Orchestra

  • Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 5, Emperor

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