London Symphony Orchestra. Sir Simon Rattle (Music)
The London Symphony Orchestra transfers the best music to the greatest number of people. This idea is the spirit of everything he does. His commitment to serve music and people who love music has been developing for over a hundred years. Created in 1904 by a group of the best musicians in London, the London Symphony Orchestra is a self-managed musical collective based on complicity and artistic collaboration. The orchestra remains the property of its members and has a characteristic sound that emanates from the zeal and virtuosity of these ninety-five brilliant musicians from all over the world; His music remains firmly at the center of the orchestra's activities.
The London Symphony Orchestra is a resident orchestra at the Barbican Center , in the City of London, where it gives seventy symphonic concerts a year, and performs another seventy concerts on tour around the world. The orchestra works with a family of artists that includes the greatest conductors: Sir Simon Rattle as its musical director, Gianandrea Noseda and François-Xavier Roth as principal guest conductors, Michael Tilson Thomas as award-winning director and André Previn as emeritus director. LSO Discovery, the educational and community program that leads the orchestra from its headquarters in LSO St Luke "s, brings the orchestra's work closer to all sectors of society and relates to sixty thousand people every year.
Sir Simon Rattle has been the principal director of the Berliner Philharmoniker and artistic director of the Berliner Philharmonie since 2002. His extensive repertoire, both in concert and in opera, spans from the Baroque to the contemporary era.
London Symphony Orchestra
Sir Simon Rattle, director
Day 11 program
Franz Joseph Haydn
• Symphony n. 2 in C major
• Orchestra guide for young people
• Symphony n. 2 Op. 27
12 day program
• Symphony n. 2 in D Major Op. 73