Anu Tali debuts with Brussels Philharmonic. Her performance at Flagey in Brussels on 25 October features a typically thought-provoking and wide-ranging programme of Thorvaldsdottir’s Heyr þú oss himnum á, Tormis’ Ouverture No. 2, Sandström’s Laudamus Te, Daniel Bjarnason’sProcessions, with pianist Víkingur Ólafsson, and Pärt’s In Principio for Mixed Choir and Orchestra.
Later that week, at the Concertgebouw in Bruges on 26 October, Anu Tali and the Orchestra will be joined by violinist Yossif Ivanov for two concerts, featuring selections from the Sibelius Violin Concerto, Grieg’sPeer Gynt Suite No.1 and Sibelius’ Finlandia.
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