Robin Ticciati conducts Mahler’s Fourth
The Berliner Morgenpost wrote about a concert with Robin Ticciati that Mahler’s Fourth Symphony is rarely heard so “naturally flowing, without mannerisms, with beguilingly beautiful pianissimi”.
This unusually sunny work for Mahler is also on the programme when the chief conductor of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin makes his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker.
It is preceded by two Czech works: Antonín Dvořák’s haunting The Noon Witch and Ondřej Adámek’s Sinuous Voices, which imaginatively recreates a tangle of human voices with an instrumental ensemble.
- Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
- Robin Ticciati - Conductor
- Elsa Benoit - Soprano
The Noonday Witch op. 108
Symphony No. 4 in G major Elsa Benoit Soprano