Klaus Mäkelä conducts and performs Brahms — With Daniel Lozakovich

Oslo Philharmonic

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Daniel Lozakovich — Violinist

Klaus Mäkelä — Conductor, cellist

Oslo Philharmonic

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Two of today's most sought-after artists, Finnish conductor-cellist Klaus Mäkelä and Swedish violinist Daniel Lozakovich — who have already shown their shared affinity for the music of Brahms — team up again for an all-Brahms program at the Wiener Konzerthaus with the excellent Oslo Philharmonic, of which Mäkelä has been the chief conductor since 2020. Mäkelä joins Lozakovich first in Brahms's virtuosic final orchestral work, the Double Concerto for Violin and Cello — and then moves to the podium for the magnificent First Symphony, the rare work written in the shadow of Beethoven's symphonies that can stand proudly alongside them.

Photos: Klaus Mäkelä © Marco Borgreve / Oslo Philharmonic – Daniel Lozakovich © Johan Sandberg / Deutsche Grammophon
This event is presented with the generous support of Madame Aline Foriel-Destezet.
Daniel Lozakovich appears courtesy of Warner Classics.
Klaus Mäkelä appears courtesy of Decca Classics. Click here to discover Klaus Mäkelä's releases on Decca Classics, including a new Stravinsky album with the Orchestre de Paris.

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