Jaap van Zweden Conducts Mahler's Resurrection Symphony
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Jaap van Zweden leads Mahler's stirring symphony with a profoundly beautiful message. You'll hear thunderous outbursts and brass fanfares, but in the finale, out of nowhere, a hushed chorus intones the resurrection ode, rising as solo voices soar, singing of forgiveness, divine compassion, and eternal life.
Venue: David Geffen Hall
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