Maestro Christopher Zimmerman says of Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony, ”A step beyond Beethoven’s 9th, this is a musical journey which speaks of the human condition in all its complexities and paradoxes; and touches on the nature of existence, religion and the afterlife. Only Mahler could embrace such an ambitious agenda and succeed in producing one of the most exciting, beautiful and exultant works that has yet been written.”
MAHLER: Symphony No. 2, Resurrection
This performance can also be seen at Mason’s Center for the Arts in Fairfax on May 14th.
$45, $35, $25
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