Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert with the Gotesberg Radio Symphony conducted by Gustavo Dudamel and featuring Leif Ove Ansdnes in music of Benzecry, Rachmaninov and Sibelius. Recorded live in concert January 13, 2011.
December 28, 2011

Gustavo Dudamel - closest thing to a popstar the Classical Music World has seen in a long time.

Over to Gotesburg Sweden this week for a concert relayed by Radio Nacional Espana of the Gotesburg Radio Symphony conducted by the ever-popular Gustavo Dudamel and featuring Leif Ove Ansdnes, piano.

The concert, recorded live on January 13 of this year cuts a broad swath of music with works by Benzecry, Rachmaninov, Chopin and Sibelius.

The concert runs almost two hours, so it's split between two players.

The top player features the Benzecry and Rachmaninov. And the bottom player features the Chopin and Sibelius.

Here's the rundown:

Concierto celebrado en Gotemburgo, el 13 de enero de 2011.
Grabación de Radio Estocolmo, Suecia.

BENZECRY: Rituales amerindios.

RACHMANAINOV: Concierto para piano nº 4 en Sol menor, Op. 40.

CHOPIN: Vals en la bemol, Op. 42 / 5. Leif Ove Ansdnes (p.).

SIBELIUS: Sinfonía nº 2 en Re mayor, Op. 43.
Orq. Sinf. de Gotemburgo. Dir.: Gustavo. Dudamel.

It's the last Anti-road Rage Wednesday of the year - so take it easy out there.

And enjoy.

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