Thomas Dausgaard led the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in a “compelling and convincing” programme that featured Schubert: Symphony No. 9 in C (Great) and, with soloist Natasha Paremski, Brahms: Piano Concerto in D minor at London’s Royal Festival Hall on 9 June.
Colin Anderson writes in Classical Source:
“Dausgaard revelled in the music’s vitality and detailing, crisply delivered. From the off there was nothing ponderous but plenty that was expressive, and given with light and shade and an emotional opening out that avoided any sense of being merely metronomic … if there was no doubting the relish with which Dausgaard conducted, then the RPO brought resilience and enjoyment as well as undoubted connection to its guest.”
To see and hear what everyone is talking about, please visit the Concerts page to view Thomas’ schedule.