In the organizer's words:
Mahler's Fourth Symphony is rarely heard in such a "natural-ﬂiessing manner, without mannerisms, with beguilingly beautiful pianissimi," wrote the Berliner Morgenpost about a concert with Robin Ticciati. The work, unusually sunny by Mahler's standards, is also on the program when the principal conductor of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin makes his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker. Before that, two Czech works will be heard: Antonín Dvořák's haunting Midday Witch and Sinuous Voices by Ondřej Adámek, which imaginatively recreates a tangle of human voices with an instrumental ensemble.
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