Carnegie Hall Live: An Opening Night Gala With The Berlin Philharmonic Stream a performance by the stellar Berlin Philharmonic and conductor Simon Rattle in a program of Rachmaninov, Bruch and Stravinsky with dazzling violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter.

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Carnegie Hall Live: An Opening Night Gala With The Berlin Philharmonic

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Stream a performance by the stellar Berlin Philharmonic and conductor Simon Rattle in a program of Rachmaninov, Bruch and Stravinsky with dazzling violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter.

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PROGRAM

• Rachmaninov: Symphonic Dances
• Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1
• Stravinsky: Closing Scenes from The Firebird

Berlin Philharmonic

Simon Rattle, conductor

Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin

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