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Tune in to Abbado's astounding Lucerne Mahler 9 livestream

Tune in to Abbado's astounding Lucerne Mahler 9 livestream

You'll just have to take it on trust from me that to hear the world's most responsive orchestra conducted by the world's finest living conductor in the deepest symphony ever written is the one concert hall experience you can't afford to miss. And since tickets for this event have been the hardest-to-get ever, live viewing will have to be a second best for most. Tonight you can watch Claudio Abbado conducting his beloved superband the Lucerne Festival Orchestra in Mahler's Ninth Symphony as it unfurls from the Nouvel-designed concert hall.

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A ne pas manquer! For anyone able to tune in to Arte, the concert is being broadcast on 19 September.

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