Susanna Mälkki's term as Chief Conductor comes to an end with Gustav Mahler’s masterpiece in which you can hear the voices of nature, angels, man and love.
Helsinki Music Centre Choir
Symphony No. 3
Gustav Mahler originally gave a title to each movement of his grand Third Symphony but removed them from the score before the work was published. However, six famous titles have stubbornly remained on the side of the symphony from one generation, programme and concert to the next. Now they will be heard as accompaniments to the culminating concert of Susanna Mälkki’s term as Chief Conductor.
Pan Awakes, Summer Marches In
What the Flowers in the Meadow Tell Me
What the Animals in the Forest Tell Me
What Man Tells Me
What the Angels Tell Me
What Love Tells Me
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