Long-Awaited Return: Vladimir Fedoseyev Conducts the Bruckner Orchestra Linz

For the first time in 10 years, Russian conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev returns to the podium of the Bruckner Orchestra Linz. The St. Petersburg native is the long-serving chief conductor of the renowned Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra Moscow. As part of the special concert, he focuses on two symphonies: the Third Symphony of the Upper Austrian composer Balduin Sulzer (organ: Wolfgang Kogler) and Tchaikovsky´s seldom-heard Third Symphony, the “Polish”. The program also includes music by W.A. Mozart.

Both Sulzer and Fedoseyev celebrate their 85th birthdays in 2017.

See a review here: “Fedossejew brachte das Festkonzert zum Glänzen”, pdf (de)