Utah Symphony Stirs Emotions With Heartfelt Program Featuring Brahms’ Final Symphony
Enrique Mazzola Conducts Works Exploring Tragedy, Fate and Desire
The year was 1885. The Statue of Liberty arrived in New York Harbor. Dr. Pepper was first served in the United States. The Benz company got a patent for a car that topped out at 10 mph. And Johannes Brahms, at the height of his career, composed his final symphony — a creation so heart-wrenching and tragic that it has almost a cathartic power over its listeners.