BOS SEASON 9-2010-2011

Euskalduna Palace.   20:00 h.

L. van Beethoven: Concierto para violín y orquesta en Re mayor
R. Schumann: Sinfonía nº 3 (versión de G. Mahler)

Carolin Widmann, violín
Herbert Soudant, director


  • 03 February 2011       Euskalduna Palace      20:00 h.
  • 04 February 2011       Euskalduna Palace      20:00 h.

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In 1924, Fritz Lang undertook one of his most ambitious film projects: Los nibelungos, inspired by the epic poem “The song of the Nibelungs” and comprised up of the films The death of Siegfried and The revenge of Kriemhild. Arriaga Theatre and the Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa offer a special concert in which the BOS, conducted by Nacho de Paz, performs the music from the first of the two films in this project, The death of Siegfried (in the original “Siegfried Tod”), while the film is projected on a giant screen.

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