MTT conducts Mozart and Bruckner

It would be hard to find two composers more unlike each other than Mozart, the prodigious prodigy, and Bruckner, whom success eluded until he was 60. Fragments of Mozart’s unfinished opera Zaïde were found after his death; thankfully these include the exquisite soprano aria, Ruhe sanft, mein holdes Leben. The premiere of Bruckner’s grand Seventh Symphony earned a 15-minute ovation. Its plaintive adagio is a tribute to his idol Richard Wagner, who at their final meeting declared Bruckner the equal of Beethoven.


Conductor/Performers

Michael Tilson Thomas

conductor

Nadine Sierra

soprano

San Francisco Symphony


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Bruckner's Symphony No. 7

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  1. Thu, Feb 28, 2013 at 8:00pm

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