Barbican Concerts

Dvorák & Beethoven

Part of Music Alchemists

Thu 5 Dec 2013 7.30pm - Barbican Hall, London

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Nikolaj Znaider

Nikolaj Znaider

BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto
DVORÁK Symphony No 7

Nikolaj Znaider violin/conductor
London Symphony Orchestra

Sir Colin Davis
Sir Colin Davis, who was originally billed to conduct this performance, sadly passed away on Sunday 14 April 2013. For a full statement, please see lso.co.uk/sir-colin-davis-1927-2013.


Beethoven’s lyrical violin concerto was unappreciated in its time; Dvorak struggled with publishers over his ambitious seventh symphony. Regarded today as core repertoire, the two are presented by star violinist Nikolaj Znaider who doubles as soloist and conductor.

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