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Part of TH2 Classical Thursdays 2
About This Performance
Brahms’ Second Symphony is usually considered to walk the sunny side of the shadowed path the First Symphony took, but it too has its darker subtexts. There is no mistaking the exultation of the finale, however, with the trombones blazing in their highest register.
The LA Phil won a Grammy for its Brahms playing last year.
Acclaimed British pianist Paul Lewis plays Beethoven’s most turbulent and theatrical concerto in former Dudamel Fellow David Afkham's Bowl debut.
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