1. Grafenegg Auditorium
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Instrumentation

  • Tonkunstler Orchestra
  • Kyohei Sorita, piano
  • Yutaka Sado, conductor

Programme

SERGEJ PROKOFJEW
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 3 in C major op. 26

GUSTAV MAHLER
Symphonie Nr. 1 D-Dur

Introduction/abstract

Tonkunstler Orchestra · Kyohei Sorita · Yutaka Sado

PROKOFIEV · MAHLER

A highly gifted young pianist from Japan, trained at the Moscow Conservatory, performs Prokofiev's most popular piano concerto in Grafenegg. The composer himself gave its world premiere in 1921. A good thirty years earlier, Gustav Mahler likewise christened his first symphony - a work that marked his debut as a symphonist and that also serves as an ideal introduction to his popular output. Much of what he would subsequently develop, hone and push to the limits can be found already stylistically laid out in his debut symphony. Yutaka Sado, Music Director of the Tonkunstler Orchestra, continues his acclaimed Mahler cycle with this performance.

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