Series T2 - Classical Masters
There is both perfect balance and great Romantic sweeping gestures in this Thursday series, where classical masters such as Händel, Mozart and Haydn encounter full-bloodied Romanticism in exciting new interpretations.
It calls for a special boldness to interpret the great classical masterpieces. As a conductor or soloist one is up against famous predecessors and iconic recordings that the audience also know and love.
In this series you will meet a number of great artists who have the calibre and will to get to grips with immortal symphonic works, and great composers, that are the mainstay of classical music. The living legend Herbert Blomstedt enables Schubert to float free, the phenomenon Martin Fröst interprets Mozart and Chief Conductor Fabio Luisi heads a long-awaited performance of Brahms’ Requiem, which had to be postponed in earlier seasons.
One of the highlights of the series will be the Christmas guest performance by Concerto Copenhagen, which along with the Danish National Vocal Ensemble and Lars Ulrik Mortensen performed Händel’s much-loved oratorio The Messiah – an indispensable Christmas concert which offers true Baroque sound, elegant singing voices and dancing rhythms all in one.