Daniil Trifonov © Dario Acosta / Deutsche Grammophon
Thu 1 Oct 2020 - Sun 4 Oct 2020

Brahms with Trifonov

Lahav Shani & Daniil Trifonov
1 Oct 2020
-
4 Oct 2020

Program

conductor Lahav Shani | piano Daniil Trifonov
Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1

Programme change: Brahms' Tragic Ouverture has been cancelled.

About this concert

Every few years a pianist emerges who eclipses their entire generation. Daniil Trifonov – ‘without question the most astounding young pianist of our age’, according to The Times – is such a phenomenon. For this concert he returns to the stage where he made his sensational Dutch debut in 2013. Anyone that does not want to wait until the next generation of pianists should take this opportunity!

Ticket sales

Tickets Normal €25 | under 27 years/CJP €10
This concert has unreserved seating: our ushers will assign you a seat in the chosen section of the hall. Click here for the seating plan or read more about our corona measures here.
Tip Visit this concert and Shani conducts Brahms 1 on the same evening or afternoon.

Cookies

We use cookies and similar techniques to analyze the use of the website, to make it possible to display third-party content such as videos, for marketing activities and for various other applications. These cookies are also placed by third parties. By clicking “Yes, I accept”, you agree. If you do not agree, you can specify your preferences via the "Adjust settings" button. More information…

Cookies are required for the website to function properly. This way the content of your shopping cart will be remembered during the order and you can log in on the website with your account.

Cookies are also needed to enrich your experience on the website. For example, media from third parties such as videos. We also keep statistics to continuously improve the site.

Finally, cookies are used to process further information about our marketing activities, such as newsletters and advertisements, in the most efficient and personal way.

Click here for our cookie policy.

Cookie settings