Brahms Scherzo Op 4
Clara Schumann Three Romances Op 21
Missy Mazzoli Bolts of Loving Thunder
Brett Dean After Brahms
Brahms Klavierstücke Op 119
Jeremy Denk piano
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Traditionalist or innovator? Classicist or Romantic? Brahms stood with one foot in the past and one in the future, a figure whose music would influence generations of composers, and echo in the work that would follow.
In this series, we explore Brahms’ most extraordinary works for chamber ensemble, compositions by his friends and contemporaries, and music by Mahler, Berg and other later composers which bear the trace of his influence.