Livestream on 3 July, 7.30 pm / With Kent Nagano at the Kissinger Sommer

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With its Conductor Laureate Kent Nagano and the pianist Nikolai Lugansky, the DSO is a guest at the Kissinger Sommer for the end of its concert season. The programme includes Franz Schubert's Fifth Symphony and the Second Piano Concerto by Johannes Brahms.

The Kissinger Sommer will broadcast the concert in a livestream, which you can also follow here on the DSO Player from 7.30 pm on 3 July. The concert will also be available afterwards as video-on-demand.

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