Concert archive

3 concert with Daniele Gatti

  • Daniele Gatti conducts Hindemith and Brahms

    Daniele Gatti conducts Hindemith and Brahms

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    In the 19th century, many regarded the symphony as obsolete. However, the genre continued to be impressively alive, as Daniele Gatti, chief conductor of the Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam, demonstrates in this concert. The programme includes Johannes Brahms’s lyrically melodious yet highly innovative Second Symphony and Paul Hindemith’s symphony Mathis der Maler, a sumptuous-sounding play on Baroque forms.

    30 Sep 2017

    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Daniele Gatti

    • Paul Hindemith
      Symphony “Mathis der Maler”

    • Johannes Brahms
      Symphony No. 2 in D major, op. 73

    • free

      Interview
      Daniele Gatti in conversation with Matthew Hunter

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  • Daniele Gatti conducts masterworks of French modernism

    Daniele Gatti conducts masterworks of French modernism

    Few works have so profoundly shaped our image of French music as Claude Debussy’s La Mer with its impressionist images of nature. At his guest appearance, Daniele Gatti, chief conductor of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, also shows other facets of French style: Henri Dutilleux’s sublimely sparkling Métaboles and Arthur Honegger’s expressive Symphonie liturgique, which reflects the horrors of the Second World War.

    24 Sep 2016

    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Daniele Gatti

    • Arthur Honegger
      Symphonie liturgique (Symphony No. 3)

    • Henri Dutilleux
      Métaboles for large orchestra

    • Claude Debussy
      La Mer, trois esquisses symphoniques for orchestra

    • free

      Interview
      Daniele Gatti in conversation with Bruno Delepelaire

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  • Daniele Gatti’s journey from the Romantic to the modern era

    Daniele Gatti’s journey from the Romantic to the modern era

    In this concert, Daniele Gatti, chief conductor of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam, undertakes a fascinating journey from the Romantic to the Classical Modern era: Brahms is followed by his antipode Wagner with orchestra music from Götterdämmerung, including the famous funeral march. The programme ends with Alban Berg, who was inspired by both Brahms and Wagner – but nonetheless unmistakeably marked the dawn of a new musical epoch.

    25 Oct 2014

    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Daniele Gatti

    • Richard Wagner
      Götterdämmerung (Twilight of the Gods): Morgendämmerung (Dawn) · Siegfrieds Rheinfahrt (Siegfried’s Rhine Journey) · Siegfrieds Tod (Siegfried’s Death) · Trauermarsch (Funeral March)

    • Johannes Brahms
      Variations on a Theme by Haydn in B flat major, op. 56a

    • Alban Berg
      Three Pieces for orchestra, op. 6

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      Interview
      Daniele Gatti in conversation with Tobias Möller

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