Florence-born violinist Lorenza Borrani – Leader of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe since 2008 – directs the SCO from the violin in a concert that’s sure to intrigue and inspire.
Beethoven’s Seventh is his most dance-like Symphony, propelled from start to finish by boisterous rhythmic energy, while Mahler recast the same composer’s intensely dramatic ‘Serioso’ Quartet across the richer colours of a string orchestra.
To begin, Borrani’s compatriot Bruno Maderna looks back to music from the Renaissance with his delightful 'Odhecaton' Suite.
Maderna: Selection from 'Odhecaton' Suite
Beethoven arr. Mahler: Quartet in F minor ‘Serioso’
Beethoven: Symphony No 7
Lorenza Borrani: Director/violin
Estimated duration: 100mins (incl. 20min interval)
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