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8 CD Set of performances of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra selected from 40 years of concerts. Box Set detailed information here.
Disc 1. Mikhail Glinka-Overture to Ruslan and Lyudmila. Alberto Ginastera-Variaciones Concertantes, op. 23. Ludwig van Beethoven-Overture to Coriolan, op.62. Carl Nielsen-Symphony No. 5, op.50
Disc 2. Witold Lutosławsk-Cello Concerto Alexander Baillie, cello. Johannes Brahms-Symphony No. 1, op.68.
Disc 3. Jean Sibelius-Symphony No. 5, op.82. Richard Strauss-Ein Heldenleben (A Hero's Life), TrV 190, op.40.
Disc 4. Jean Sibelius-Symphony No. 7, op.105. Gustav Mahler-Symphony No. 4 Jayne West, soprano.
Disc 5. SergeiProkofiev-Piano Concerto No. 3, op.26 Alexander Korsantia, piano. Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky-Symphony No. 4, op.36.
Disc 6. Richard Strauss-Till Eulenspiegels lustige StreicheJean Sibelius-Violin Concerto, op.47 Stefan Jackiw, violin. Ludwig van Beethoven-Symphony No. 5, op.67.
Disc 7. John Harbison-Symphony No. 3 Edward Elgar -Symphony No. 1, op.55.
Disc 8. Anton Bruckner-Symphony No. 8.
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Boston Philharmonic Orchestra Benjamin Zander, conductor. Chorus Pro Musica. Dominique LaBelle, Director. Beethoven Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125.
Boston Philharmonic Orchestra. Benjamin Zander, conductor. Rex Lawson, pianola. Recorded live in New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall. May 5, 1990.
Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, Benjamin Zander conducting. Live at Symphony Hall. CD Released February 22, 2019.
Mahler Symphony No. 9
I. Andante comodo (D major)
II. Im Tempo eines gemachlichen Landlers. Etwas Tappisch und ser derb (C major)
III. Rondo-Burleste: Allegro assai. Sehr tortzig (A minor)
IV. Adagio. Sehr langsam und noch zuruckhaltend (D flat major)
The Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Zander performs Mahler's 6th Symphony live at Symphony Hall, Boston. Mahler 6 Review "This is one of the most thrilling Mahler performances I have ever heard.”- Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Lloyd Schwartz.
Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra T-shirt. Exclusively available through the BPO.
Brattle Media is proud to announce the international release of Benjamin Zander’s recording and discussion of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with the Philharmonia Orchestra, The Philharmonia Chorus, and soloists Rebecca Evans, Patricia Bardon, Robert Murray, and Derek Welton. This collection serves as an informative gateway to many elements of the project, as well as a source for news and commentary. “This account of the work heaps revelation on revelation.” —Paul Driver, The Sunday Times (London). Read the Beethoven 9 CD Set Liner
Conductor Benjamin Zander, who has built a distinguished body of work on Telarc with acclaimed recordings of Mahler symphonies, adds yet another chapter to this oeuvre with a brilliant recording of Mahler’s Symphony No. 1 in D Major, performed by the Philharmonia Orchestra. The Telarc release also includes Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (Songs of a Wayfarer), featuring baritone Christopher Maltman. "Benjamin Zander and the Philharmonia's recording of Mahler's "First Symphony" coupled with his "Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen" sung by baritone Christopher Maltman is not only the best Mahler's First in decades, it is one of the great recorded performances." -James Leonard, All Music Guide
London Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Benjamin Zander Issued: July 2006. The three-CD set includes a bonus discussion disc intended for the lay listener, in which Zander takes the listener through the score movement by movement revealing Zander’s insights into the symphony.
Presenting twelve breakthrough practices for bringing creativity into all human endeavors, The Art of Possibility is the dynamic product of an extraordinary partnership. The Art of Possibility combines Benjamin Zander's experience as conductor of the Boston Philharmonic and his talent as a teacher and communicator with psychotherapist Rosamund Stone Zander's genius for designing innovative paradigms for personal and professional fulfillment. Through uplifting stories, parables, and personal anecdotes, the Zanders invite us to become passionate communicators, leaders, and performers whose lives radiate possibility into the world.
In her groundbreaking and inspiring new book, Rosamund Stone Zander shows us that life is a story we tell ourselves, and that we have the power to change that story. She illuminates how breaking old patterns and telling a new story can transform not just our own lives, but also our relationships with others—whether in a marriage, a classroom, or a business. Finally, she demonstrates how, with this new understanding of ourselves and our place within an interconnected world, we can take powerful action in the collective interest, and gain a sense of deep connection to the universe.