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New York Philharmonic: Maazel Bronfman Brahms and Sibelius is one of the Philharmonic's most awaited show this season. It consists of two programs Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1 and Sibelius: Symphony No. 2. Both are performed by Lorin Maazel as the Conductor and Yefim Bronfman on the Piano. Brahms: Concerto for Piano no 1 in D minor, Op. 15 was composed and written by the famous German musician Johannes Brahms between 1854 and 1858. The music and style of this concerto belongs to the Romantic period. Its form/genre is a combination of Symphony, Concerto and Rondo which belongs to the Romantic period. Sibelius: Symphony no 2 in D major, Op. 43 is another Symphony that was created by Composer Jean Sibelius. This Finish maestro wrote it between 1901 and 1902. This Symphony also belongs to the Romantic period. For Philharmonic concertgoers Maazel Bronfman Brahms tickets bring the music they love. Make early bird booking to avoid disappointment.
Yefim Bronfman is a one of the featured artists at the New York Philharmonic this season. This Grammy winning pianist will prove his music genius and talent when he plays New York Philharmonic: Maazel Bronfman Brahms and Sibelius. He will play under the Philharmonic's ex- Director Maestro Lori Mazzel. Both Mazzel and Bronfman are top notch classical music artists. They have a lot of experience in the area of Chamber and Vocal music. They will use their experience, command and technique to bring out the best of this Concerto and Symphony set.
Yefim Bronfman is a Russian born pianists who immigrated to Israel in 1973. Here he studied music formally at Tel Aviv University's Rubin Academy of Music. Under pianist Arie Vardi, he was able to become a true classical instrumentalist. He carried on his career pursuits and went to The Juilliard School in the US. Bronfman was a gifted pianist with lyrical strength compared to none. He has consistently presented quality music and has got huge appreciation from audiences world over. A couple of years into playing solos and chamber he got great critical acclaim. In 1981 he was honored with the one most prestigious Avery Fisher Prize. In 2010 he was honored by the Northwestern University with the Jean Gimbel Lane prize. His best loved sides are solo, chamber and orchestral. Their recordings have been nominated for the Grammys; in 1997 for a trio of Bartók Piano Concerti that won the Grammy Award and in 2009 for a piano concerto by Esa-Pekka Salonen.
Yefim Bronfman is famous for prestigious arrangements with orchestras and Operas all over Europe and North America. His solo recitals and live engagements are high in demand when he returns each season. He has an ever increasing set of recordings. Bronfman has performed with the New York Philharmonic many times. However the 2011-12 premiere of Magnus Lindberg's concerto that took him to the west coast is tagged as his most famous with the Philharmonic.
Lorin Maazel was a music prodigy, he began violin classes at age of five and in two years he was conducting them. Vladimir Bakaleinikoff took him under his wing and he was able to make his first appearance on stage whe was eight years old. In his adolescent years he conducted orchestras all over the US. Maazel has been staging his performances for over seventy years now and has played over two hundred orchestras for over seven thousand opera/concert performances. He has also recorded over three hundred of his works.
Lorin Maazel has been contributing great classical music to the world of vocal and chamber music. He is a sought-after conductor for he has served as Music Director at places like the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, New York Philharmonic and Munich Philharmonic. His brainchild the Castleton Festival was launched while he was still at the New York Philharmonic; this effort also won exceptional acclaim.
Mazzel is a composer that has worked on a wide range of mediums. From his opera masterpieces to revivalist compositions; this artist has a lot to offer. His profile has almost everything from, Mahler, Schubert, Strauss, Debussy, Tchaikovsky. Beethoven's symphonic cycles along with his orchestral works are his best known works. Johannes Brahms and Jean Sibelius are another set of that he has explored. New York Philharmonic: Maazel Bronfman Brahms and Sibelius is a presentation that will show his command over Brahms and Sibelius. Cheap Maazel Bronfman Brahms tickets are certainly a treat for classic music fans. They take you all the way to witness the duo perform live. Grab your Maazel Bronfman Brahms tickets today for the seats of your choice.