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Dvořák's Cello Concerto

Stream begins from 13 April 2022
Available until 13 July 2022

Dvořák Cello Concerto
Mette Henriette This Too (UK premiere)
Bartók Concerto for Orchestra

Tabita Berglund conductor
Jakob Koranyi cello

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Tabita Berglund appeared in our summer season of digital concerts, conducting the Hallé with ‘boundless energy’ (The Guardian). We’re delighted to welcome her back to for a second appearance. For this broadcast concert she's joined by the young Swedish cellist Jakob Koranyi, described by The Strad as ‘a force to be reckoned with’, who makes his Hallé debut in Dvořák's concerto. Although mainly written during his US stay, the work reflects his homesickness for Bohemia, as well as being a heart-felt memorial to his beloved sister-in-law. After it, Berglund introduces a haunting miniature, This Too, by her Norwegian compatriot Mette Henriette, whose multi-talents as a composer, saxophone and jazz improviser have established her formidable reputation. Also while in the States, in exile from war-torn Hungary, Bartók wrote a final masterpiece, his virtuosic showpiece Concerto for Orchestra where the sections of the orchestra share the limelight.

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