François-Xavier Roth with Bruckner’s Third and a world premiere

François-Xavier Roth (photo: Marco Borggreve)

The Third Symphony is considered Anton Bruckner’s problem child. The three versions of this hymn-like and at the same time mysterious work show how much the composer struggled with it. François-Xavier Roth, conductor of this performance, considers the first version from 1873 to be the most successful – because it shows the original Bruckner. Roth has made a name for himself as a Bruckner interpreter who brings not only the sonic power of this music to life, but also its nuances. The programme also includes the world premiere of a work by the Slovenian Vito Žuraj.

Berliner Philharmoniker

François-Xavier Roth conductor

Vito Žuraj

New Work (Premiere) commissioned by the Berliner Philharmoniker Foundation

Anton Bruckner

Symphony No. 3 in D minor (Version from 1873)

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