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19:30 — Victoria Hall

Series O



20:15 — Théâtre de Beaulieu

Series Lausanne

Grand Mécène


Lorenzo Viotticonductor

Johannes Brahms
Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90


Antonín Dvorák
Symphony No. 7 in D Minor, Op. 70

Approximately 1h30 including a 20-minute intermission

The music

For both the Viottis and the Jordans, conducting runs in the family! Lorenzo Viotti has curated a romantic programme for his OSR podium début.  Thanks to the heartfelt recommendations from Johannes Brahms, Antonín Dvorák gradually gained recognition among publishers and the public. Their proximity in tonight’s line-up is no coincidence. Brahms’ Third Symphony kicks off with great vigor, an energy that won’t wane until the final bars of the finale that seem to dissolve into the air like harmonious vapor. Brahms’ music rarely conveys such communicative joy and a profoundly optimistic vision. The same can be said for Antonín Dvorák’s Symphony No. 7 brimming with rhythms and popular melodies from Bohemia, especially evident in the robust scherzo, which is much like the famous Slavonic Dances.

OSR Live

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Maurice Ravel

Valses nobles et sentimentales, pour orchestre

Jonathan Nott


Recorded on 09 December 2015 at Victoria Hall, Geneva

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Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphonie N° 4 en si bémol majeur op. 60

Jonathan Nott


Recorded on 30 July 2020 at Victoria Hall, Geneva