His works immerse you in sound and feeling, and Mahler’s Fourth is prime example –full of huge symphonic expressions only an orchestra can deliver. Maria João Pires, a revered interpreter of Beethoven and Mozart, tackles Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto – a work that sealed his reputation as a creative genius and set the stage for the Romantic era.
Individual tickets go on sale August 1, 2020.
Piano Concerto No. 3
Symphony No. 4
Gerard Schwarz, conductor
Maria João Geissberger Pires, piano