Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

The Power of Love

Verdi
Overture, The Force of Destiny
Dvořák
Romance for Violin and Orchestra
Wagner
Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde
Brahms
Symphony No. 2
Nathalie Stutzmann
conductor
Thelma Handy
violin

When Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde drink a magical potion, they unleash forces no-one can control–and a love more powerful than life itself. Tonight, it’s all about love: from the Verdi’s hot-blooded overture, to the serene warmth and endless tunes of Brahms’s sunniest symphony: music that seems to sing for sheer happiness. And making it all happen is the extraordinary Nathalie Stutzmann. We love her, you love her: she’s always a huge hit here in Liverpool. And she’s sharing the limelight with the Orchestra’s own Thelma Handy, in Dvořák's exquisite Romance.

On International Women's Rights Day (March 8th 2017), Osesp - Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo had a special concert conducted by Marin Alsop and Valentina Peleggi. As Associated Artist with Osesp, watch Nathalie Stutzmann talk about being a woman conductor.

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