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Rapturous Mahler and more, with the NZSO

By , 17/07/2010
This was a blockbuster of a concert, regarding both its overall length and the epic nature of the music throughout its second half. The Mahler Fifth Symphony isn't the longest of the canon, but it has an epic grandeur that invites big, measured utterances, and the performance by the NZSO and its conductor Pietari Inkinen squared up to the work's demands magnificently. Earlier we got Ross Harris's Three Pieces... read more

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