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Archived Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony

Bruckner Symphony No.8 (1890 Haas edition)

Domingo Hindoyan conductor
The concert will last for approx. 90 minutes, and there is no interval.It’s a bit of a cliché to call Bruckner’s symphonies “cathedrals in sound”. True, Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony is one of the grandest and greatest in all music; a mighty vision of the eternal, composed for an enormous orchestra. But it’s much more than just one man’s spiritual odyssey. It’s one of Romantic music’s most overwhelming experiences, profoundly moving and breathtakingly beautiful. Domingo Hindoyan adores it, and this one-off performance looks set to be one of the emotional peaks of our season. Make sure you’re there.

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