The Titan & Sibelius' Violin Concerto with
Alina Pogostkina, Mahler Interpretations

The Salzburg Philharmonic uses theirs
celebrated Mahler interpretations.

The most delicate, exquisite account … heart-stopping in its beauty.
- The Herald

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J. SIBELIUS · Violin Concerto, D minor, op. 47
G. MAHLER · Symphony No. 1, D major, The Titan

Two works that were revised by the composer after their premiere and only became popular afterwards are on the program this evening. The violin concerto by Jean Sibelius, whose strikingly virtuoso final movement is one of the most well-known in violin literature, continues to fascinate both musicians and listeners to this day. And Mahler's first, which he temporarily gave the nickname "The Titan", was even premiered as a symphonic poem and only when it was printed as a four-movement symphony.

Winner of the Sibelius Competition in Helsinki and award for the "Best Interpretation of the Sibelius Violin Concerto"
– International Jean Sibelius | Violin Competition

Alina Pogostkina · Solo violin
Elisabeth Fuchs · Conductor
Philharmonic Salzburg

MI · 1. March 2023 · 19: 30
DO · 2. March 2023 · 19: 30
Great Hall Mozarteum, Salzburg

Expected end of the concert around 21:30. Concerts with a break.

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Organizer · Tickets: Philharmonie Salzburg

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