Up until the time of Johannes Brahms, improvisation – that is, performing something without preparation, off the cuff – was still an indisputable trademark of the great masters.
Hip hop and brass band music – not possible? Yes, it can! Moop Mama occupy Bavarian streets and squares with seven horns, two drummers and rapper Keno from Creme Fresh – and now also the Great Hall.
The "Godfather of Punk" is coming: Iggy Pop, living legend and role model for every punk band past and present graces the Vienna Konzerthaus!
Rudolf Buchbinder © Marco Borggreve
Lionel Bringuier © Paolo Dutto
Rudolf Buchbinder, Klavier
Lionel Bringuier, Dirigent
Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr. 2 B-Dur op. 83 (1878–1881)
Symphonie Nr. 1 c-moll op. 68 (1876)
Festkonzerte der Wiener Symphoniker
Give Some Musik. The Package of Your Choice (Youth Package)
Schenken Sie Musik. Das Package Ihrer Wahl
Rudolf Buchbinder belongs to the category of artists who continue to develop and mature over time, in the best sense of the word, and regularly document this. Buchbinder believes that it may take a lifetime to live into Brahms' sounds, to »attain a naturalness in dealing with this music.« It is this absolute freedom and his light-hearted approach to works that are considered extremely difficult and complex that make Buchbinder's interpretations so special.
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