Gil Shaham • Brahms Symphonies
Esplanade Concert Hall
EVENING, DREAMS, FANTASY. A NEW SEASON.
Lan Shui and the SSO open the season with Tan Chan Boon’s Soir, Rêves, Fantaisie. Lyricism, fantasy and mischief come alive in Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 1 under the bow of Gil Shaham. Lan Shui begins the SSO’s Brahms Symphonies cycle with the epic Symphony No. 1 in C minor, a work that Brahms wrote and refined over a period of 21 years, embodying all the hallmark qualities of the German Romantic master.
One of today’s preeminent violinists - The New York Times
- 6.30pm | library@esplanade
Post-Concert Symphony Chat
- $88, $68, $48, $28, $15
- 15 May 17 | Public sales: 22 May 17
- Lan Shui, conductor
- Gil Shaham, violin
- TAN CHAN BOON
Soir, Reves, Fantaisie from Symphony No. 2
Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major, Op. 19
Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68