Brahms’s Violin Concerto with Frank Peter Zimmermann and Bernard Haitink

It is actually astonishing that Brahms’s Violin Concerto is considered one of the most popular as it forgoes any play on the tension between soloist and orchestra; the effect is rather one of mutual support for each other. In 2010, Frank Peter Zimmermann presented the work “with warmth and intensity” in a “sensational” performance, as the press described it. To close the concert, Bernard Haitink conducted Bartók’s sharply contoured Concerto for Orchestra.

Berliner Philharmoniker

Bernard Haitink

Frank Peter Zimmermann

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