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Domingo Hindoyan's Bruckner
ROYAL LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

Domingo Hindoyan's Bruckner

Bruch Scottish Fantasy for violin and orchestra
Bruckner Symphony No.4, 'Romantic'

Domingo Hindoyan conductor
Timothy Chooi violin

Post-concert Question Time - starts 15 minutes after the concert ends (Music Room) with Domingo Hindoyan.They call Bruckner’s Fourth Symphony the “Romantic”: the air shimmers, a horn calls softly in the distance, and whole mountain ranges seem to rise before your ears. For Domingo Hindoyan, Bruckner’s huge, poetic symphonies are a real passion. Join him on his journey tonight, and meet star violinist Timothy Chooi too, in Bruch’s tuneful postcard from the Scottish Highlands. Back in the 80s (well, the 1880s), Bruch was the Orchestra’s Chief Conductor, so this is something of a house speciality!

'The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra gave the North-West another rarely heard symphony of epic proportions, here playing Bruckner’s Eighth with unwavering freshness and punch.'
Bachtrack, 4* review of Domingo Hindoyan’s Bruckner Symphony No.8 (January 2022)


  • Thu 19 Jan 2023 7:30pm £50/£42/£36/£29/£19

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