Théâtre des Champs Élysées

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Wiener Philharmoniker
Valery Gergiev  direction
Yuja Wang  piano        

"Tzar" Gergiev presides over the prestigious Vienna Philharmonic for a musical summit!

Mozart  Piano Concerto No. 9 K. 271 « Jeunehomme »
Tchaïkovski  Manfred Symphony op. 58


Approximate running time (intermission included) : 1h50

Concerts by the Vienna Philharmonic, joined by Valery Gergiev, have a distinctive flavour – a blend of tradition and verve. The programme for this new collaboration reflects this fusion and features Mozart’s hugely popular “Jeunehomme” concerto, performed by young Chinese prodigy Yuja Wang, and Tchaikovsky’s Manfred symphony. It is all too commonly assumed that Tchaikovsky’s symphonic works end with the poignant ‘Pathétique’, thus overlooking this last symphony. It was deliberately unnumbered and bears the name of Lord Byron’s eponymous hero. Indeed, the entire score is driven by the suppressed energy of this tragic hero seeking a redemption he will never achieve. This is one of the composer’s most powerful works – goose bumps are guaranteed. 


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