Great Austrian composer’s symphonic works performed in city

The great Austrian composer Anton Bruckner's Requiem will perform for the first time at Ho Chi Minh City Opera House on March 9.

The concert will be directed and conducted by the famous Belgian conductor Daniel Gazon together with HBSO’s artists.

Anton Buckner is praised as on of the greatest composers of the 19th century for his symphonic and religious compositions. Requiem in D minor by Anton Bruckner is one of the most famous pieces of this genre and considered as the first recognized major work in his career.

The show will also introduce the Symphony No. 36 of the greatest musical genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The symphony was completed in 4 days, during a trip with his wife in Linz, Austria, in response to the proposal of a local Count.

Belgian conductor Daniel Gazon is one of the most well-known and prestige conductor in Europe. Daniel Gazon has been a regular guest at music festivals, such as ISCM, Melos-Ethos, Ars Musica, Düsseldorf Kontrapunkt, Gaida and Warsaw Autumn.

By Kim Khanh

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