Liza Ferschtman has built an international reputation with her ‘utmost conviction, spontaneous approach, and mesmerising rawness,’ in the words of The Amati Magazine.
In the meantime, she only plays music she really loves. Which is why she returns to the South Netherlands Philharmonic, after her previous, impressive introduction, with Bernstein’s moving Serenade. Like Adams’ Chairman Dances, Bernstein’s music couldn’t have existed without the lasting influence Dvorák had on American, musical culture. Although it’s mainly the Bohemian woodlands that you are transported to when Jamie Philips conducts the Seventh Symphony.