The Christmas Concert at La Scala in Milan with the Fantasy in C minor Op. 80 by Beethoven and Symphony No. 2 in D major Op. 36 by Brahms promises a festive evening full of musical beauty and expressiveness. Under the direction of conductor Daniel Harding and with outstanding soloists, choir and orchestra, the concert will take the audience into the wonderful world of classical music and give them an unforgettable experience.
The Christmas Concert at La Scala, conducted by Daniel Harding , presents two outstanding works of classical music: the Fantasia in C minor Op. 80 for piano, soloists, choir and orchestra by Ludwig van Beethoven and the Symphony No. 2 in D major Op. 36 by Johannes Brahms.
The Fantasy in C minor Op. 80, also known as “Choral Fantasy”, was composed by Beethoven and combines elements of a piano sonata, a concerto and a choral work.
The Symphony No. 2 in D major Op. 36 by Johannes Brahms is one of the composer’s most popular symphonies. Composed in 1877-1878, it is notable for its lyrical beauty, melodic themes, and powerful orchestration.