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Mystical and Majestic

Conductor Guy Braunstein
Piano Denis Kozhukin

Wagner Good Friday Spell (Charfreitagszauber), from Parsifal
Prokofiev Concerto No.2 in G minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op.16 *
Strauss, R. Also sprach Zarathustra (Thus Spake Zarathustra), TrV 176, Op.30 *


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Join Queensland Symphony Orchestra for a spectacular concert to lift your soul and rouse your spirits.

Be awestruck by Strauss’ brass-fuelled Thus Spake Zarathustra, made famous by Stanley Kubrick’s iconic 2001: A Space Odyssey. Marvel at Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto, a true heart-racer spiked with lightning rushes up and down the keys. Let yourself go with music that will expand your horizons.

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Program Notes

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Guy Braunstein

Violinist Guy Braunstein was born in Tel Aviv, Israel, and studied the violin under the guidance of Chaim Taub and later in New York with Glenn Dicterow and Pinchas Zuckerman. He started performing as an...
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Denis Kozhukhin

“[Kozhukhin’s] dazzling performance … must have lifted Orchestra Hall a few feet off its foundation. It was hard, in fact, to imagine any pianist seizing this formidably difficult concerto in a mightier grip than this...
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