Herbert Blomstedt conducts Bruckner’s Fifth Symphony

Bruckner’s Fifth Symphony is the documentation of an existential crisis. At the time of its composition, the 50-year-old composer was not accepted as an artist, nor had he found the desperately longed-for wife. With the confident architecture of the Finale and its solemn orchestral chorales, the Symphony displays more defiance than despair, however. Here it is conducted by Herbert Blomstedt, one of the outstanding Bruckner interpreters of our time.

Berliner Philharmoniker

Herbert Blomstedt

Programme guide

© 2021 Berlin Phil Media GmbH

Related interviews

Recommended for you

Help Contact
How to watch Newsletter Institutional Access Access Vouchers
Legal notice Terms of use Privacy Policy