Lionel Bringuier conductor
Simon Trpčeski piano
Debussy and Bartók discovered strikingly different solutions to the problem of composing contemporary music that captivated general audiences. In his Prélude, Debussy gently suspended time by loosening the bonds of musical convention. Bartók’s Concerto is an intense virtuoso orchestral showpiece in which every department has a chance to shine.
- Bartók - Concerto For Orchestra