. On 24 October, Leipzig’s Gewandhaus Orchestra will be giving a guest performance at the Liederhalle concert hall in Stuttgart and
“We are proud about this cooperation with the Gewandhaus Orchestra and are pleased that the live transmission will allow a wide audience enjoy the concert”, says Uwe-Karsten Städter, Director of Procurement at
The guest performance of the Gewandhaus Orchestra starts at 8 pm and is the opening event to the season of master concerts to be held at the Liederhalle concert hall in Stuttgart. The program will be led by Gewandhaus conductor Andris Nelsons. It includes pieces from Gustav Mahler, Robert Schumann, Richard Wagner and Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy.
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