|Mahler||Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection”|
“It struck me like lightning,” Mahler wrote of his “Resurrection” Symphony No. 2. Premiered in 1895, it remains one of his most enduring offerings. A choral symphony written for a very large orchestra and host of singers, the Second is an inspired exploration of life, death, and the hereafter, ideas which would go on to occupy much of Mahler’s later work. Join the HSO and the Huntsville Community Chorus for a stunning, transcendent, unforgettable season finale.