Featuring star pianist Arthur Jussen 

Bruckner & Beethoven 

May 26 | 8:00 p.m.
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Friday, May 26
Concertzaal Amare, The Hague
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conductor: Michal Nesterowicz
piano: Arthur Jussen

With the bright, light Piano Concerto No. 4 , Beethoven composed a dialogue between piano and orchestra. It evokes the image of Orpheus taming the wild animals, or at least that is what Liszt heard in it. This piano concerto is a work that fell into oblivion after its premiere, and is still performed today thanks to Mendelssohn. With Arthur Jussen, this masterpiece is in absolutely capable hands.

It took a long time for the precise, perfectionist Austrian Anton Bruckner to be satisfied with his composition of the Fourth Symphony. But it eventually became one of his most beloved symphonies. Nicknamed "Romantic" by Bruckner himself, you can hear it in the images it conjures up: knights and horses, a medieval city at dawn and awakening nature. In a long time the Residentie Orkest will play this grandiose work again, this time conducted by the dynamic Michal Nesterowicz.

"Soloist Arthur Jussen performed the Piano Concerto with great power and allure."

- Faithful about Arthur Jussen and the Residentie Orkest

Michal Nesterowicz
Arthur Jussen