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Bruckner’s Seventh Symphony With John Storgårds

John Storgårds

Bruckner’s Seventh Symphony With John Storgårds

SEASON PRESENTING PARTNER

Maison symphonique de Montréal

Bruckner’s Seventh Symphony brought renown to its composer. Its potency and exquisite melodic and architectural clarity make it a landmark of the post-Romantic repertoire, presented here in its 1921 arrangement for chamber orchestra by Hanns Heisler, Erwin Stein, and Karl Rankle, under the baton of Finnish conductor John Storgårds. 

Orchestre symphonique de Montréal

John Storgårds, chef d’orchestre

Bruckner, Symphonie no 7 (arr. Eisler, Stein et Rankl) (66’)

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PHYSICAL DISTANCING CONCERT

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19 2020 –  8 P.M.

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