- Mozart Idomeneo – Ballet Music, 10′
- Nielsen Violin Concerto, 35′
- Dvořák Symphony No. 6, 41′
“Good to hear Dvorak’s sixth symphony, the equal of his last three in all but fame, especially when performed with such a winning mixture of tender lyricism, rhythmic vigour and bravado. With the CBSO brass and Elspeth Dutch’s outstanding horn section in full cry the finale powered away like a ship in full steam down the Vltava.The conductor Nicholas Collon’s pacing of the opening allegro was spot on and while the dynamic scherzo, with its cross-cutting rhythms, was exuberant Collon allowed the wind section to give full play to the trio’s Bohemian melodies.
They impressed again at the opening of the adagio which sounded like one of Mozart’s magical wind serenades.” …