Anton Bruckner

Yannick and The Fabulous Philadelphians
3:06 pm
Wed May 14, 2014

The Philadelphia Orchestra In Concert on WRTI: Wagner and Bruckner, May 18, 1 PM

Austrian composer Anton Bruckner (1824 - 1896)

Join us this Sunday as Yannick Nezet-Seguin conducts The Philadelphia Orchestra in a recorded program from late January, 2013 at Verizon Hall that features two composers who were not only contemporaries, but who actually met during the premiere of Tristan und Isolde in 1865, Richard Wagner and Anton Bruckner.

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Creatively Speaking
4:25 pm
Mon May 12, 2014

Yannick's Long Relationship with Bruckner

Anton Bruckner (1824 - 1896)

This Sunday at 1 pm on The Philadelphia Orchestra in Concert on WRTI - Music Director Yannick Nezet-Seguin takes to the podium to conduct a symphony by one of the composers who is closest to him.  WRTI’s Jim Cotter has more.

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The Philadelphia Orchestra In Concert
3:32 pm
Mon October 28, 2013

Yannick, Bruckner, & Wagner: The Philadelphia Orchestra on WRTI this Sunday at 1 PM

Yannick Nezet-Seguin leads the Philadelphians this Sunday at 1 pm on WRTI

This Sunday at 1 pm on WRTI, it's a performance of Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 7  by The Philadelphia Orchestra. The work, and the composer, are very close to Yannick's musical heart.

Paired with Wagner's tender Siegfried Idyll, you're in for an orchestral treat, in this rebroadcast of a Verizon Hall concert first heard last January, and broadcast a week after the death of the Orchestra's Conductor Laureate Wolfgang Sawallisch.

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Creatively Speaking
1:43 pm
Thu February 28, 2013

Yannick's Connection With Anton Bruckner

On The Philadelphia Orchestra in Concert - a new weekly radio series on WRTI - Music Director Yannick Nezet-Seguin takes to the podium to conduct a symphony by one of the composers who is closest to him.  WRTI’s Jim Cotter has more.


Deceptive Cadence
3:30 pm
Sun August 5, 2012

Headbanging Bruckner And Debussy In Black And White: New Classical Albums

The young pianist Inon Barnatan plays Debussy and Ravel with striking assurance.
Avie Records

Originally published on Tue August 7, 2012 5:14 pm

Some people are intimidated by the vastness of classical music. And while the prospect of more than 1,000 years of hits to consider may be daunting, just think instead of how many musical journeys of discovery can be made.

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