The Symphony Visionary
Expansive and introspective. Renowned for his emotionally charged symphonies and deep exploration of the human condition.
A symphony must be like the world. It must embrace everything.
Gustav Mahler was an Austrian composer and conductor. His symphonies are epic in scale, delving into profound themes and emotions with orchestral grandeur. Mahler's works reflect the existential struggles of the human experience and have deeply resonated with audiences around the world.
Symphony No. 5, "Symphony No. 9," "Das Lied von der Erde"
May 18, 1911
July 7, 1860