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Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Bruch Violin Concerto

Haydn Symphony No.80
Bruch Violin Concerto No.1
Dvořák Symphony No.7

Nuno Coelho conductor
Simone Lamsma violin

Some pieces are classics for a reason, and from its brooding opening to its final joyous gypsy dance, Max Bruch’s First Violin Concerto is one of those pieces that you simply can’t hear often enough – especially when it’s played by a violinist as charismatic as Simone Lamsma. Conductor Nuno Coelho, meanwhile, wowed the judges at the Cadaqués Competition (where Vasily Petrenko got his big break), so we can’t wait to hear him in a real Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra favourite – Dvořák’s tempestuous Seventh Symphony.


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