Sunday 3 April 2022 2:30pm Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Beethoven Overture, Leonore No.3
Sibelius Violin Concerto
Prokofiev Symphony No.5
Domingo Hindoyan conductor
María Dueñas violin
In wartime Moscow, when Prokofiev conducted the premiere of his Fifth Symphony, he had to wait for the sound of gunfire to die away first. This “symphony of the greatness of the human spirit” is forged from iron and steel, but today Domingo Hindoyan will make it catch fire – a thrilling contrast to the icy vistas and elemental power of Sibelius’s hugely popular violin concerto, played by the astonishing young virtuoso María Dueñas. Add Beethoven at his most stirring and – well, hearing is believing!
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