»It is my best work, with a primarily cheerful character« Gustav Mahler once said about his seventh symphony. The monumental, almost 80 minute piece of music, full of ironic twists and ambiguities, is on DSO's programme on April 30, conducted by British conductor Sir Andrew Davis. Since 2000 he has been music director at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, in 2013 he became Melbourne Symphony Orchestra's music direcor as well.

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Apr 25 | DSO presents its 2017 | 2018 season

Apr 25 | DSO presents its 2017 | 2018 season

On April 25 DSO presents its first concert season with new music director Robin Ticciati. Subscription sale starts April 25, ticket booking starts July 15.

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May 7 | Chamber concert with academy members

May 7 | Chamber concert with academy members

Together with musicians from the orchestra members of DSO's Ferenc Fricsay Academy play a concert at Villa Elisabeth with music by Béla Bartók, Johan Severin Svendsen and Ralph Vaughan Williams.

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May 10 | Vladimir Ashkenazy and Truls Mørk

May 10 | Vladimir Ashkenazy and Truls Mørk

Vladimir Ashkenazy returns to DSO for the anniversary season with two programmes. On May 10 he combines the eighth symphony by Shostakovich and the cello concerto by Nikolai Myaskovsky, played by Truls Mørk.

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