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In live broadcasting from Copenhagen: Rachmaninoff and Schubert played by the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Manfred Honeck

Monday, 29 January 2024 , ora 10.49

On Thursday, 25th of January 2024, you have the opportunity to listento the most important musical ensemble of Danmarks Radio in live broadcasting once again. The Danish National Symphony Orchestra is a musical ensemble with a prestigious reputation in Europe and a history starting from 1925, which performs on one of the most interesting and acoustically appreciated stages on the continent - the Copenhagen Concert Hall (DR Koncerthuset). The ensemble has the same slogan since 1925 - "The best and only the best".

The well-known conductor Manfred Honeck proposes a performance characterized by romanticism, which includes the fascinating Piano Concerto No. 3 by Rachmaninoff and Symphony No. 9 by Schubert.

The pianist Pavel Koleniskov goes back to Copenhagen to substitute Leif Ove Andsnes, who is not available for the evening of the 25th of January. Born in Siberia and naturalized in Great Britain, Pavel Koleniskov amazed the artistic world by winning the First Prize at the Honens International Piano Competition in 2012. Since then, the public and the critics have come to know him as "the magician of sound". He will definitely amaze with his sound in Piano and Orchestra Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30 by Sergei Rachmaninoff. The concerto is completed by the great Symphony No. 9 by Schubert, which will open the gates to the romantic world conducted by the brilliant Manfred Honeck.

Hence, Rachmaninoff and Schubert under the baton of the Austrian musician Manfred Honeck - a conductor who, as commentators say, "ventures completely into the depths of music", managing to carve the sound with his beautiful, elegant and well-refined taste.

The live broadcast starts at 08:30 p.m., during the European Stage programme.

Photo by Chris Christodoulou

Jeanine Costache
Translated by Cristina-Andreea Dobre,
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, MTTLC, year I
Corrected by Silvia Petrescu