Brahms, Elgar and Beethoven from
the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra
impress MIKE WHEELER
They know how to throw a party in Dresden. Brahms' Academic Festival Overture was a thoroughly unbuttoned affair in the hands of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Michael Sanderling, full of perky high spirits, and with a full-throated burst of 'Gaudeamus Igitur' to end with. Played with a tonal clarity full of delectable details, it was an irresistible start to the evening (Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, UK, 6 October 2015)...
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