On Sunday 7 March at 3pm GMT, Virtual Circle – the Live-Streaming and digital content platform from HarrisonParrott – will present a live concert with the Danish Chamber Orchestra and conductor Ádám Fischer.

Broadcast live from DR Koncerthuset in Copenhagen, Denmark, the programme will feature Brahms’ Symphony No.1 in C minor and there will also be a special pre-recorded interview with Ádám Fischer included in the concert.

Tickets for the streamed concert can be purchased from https://www.emusiclive.com/Adam_Fischer_with_The_Danish_Chamber_Orchestra/Virtual_Circle/Brahms_Symphony_No1_in_C_minor, at £10.

Until 2015, the Danish Chamber Orchestra was the Danish Broadcasting Corporation’s Concert Orchestra with roots stretching back to 1927. Since 2015, it has been Denmark’s only major independent orchestra, owned and governed by its musicians. It is as versatile operationally as it is musically, proudly collaborating with some of the great names in popular music and the only Nordic orchestra to have recorded the complete symphonies of both Mozart and Beethoven. With this concert, they begin the journey of performing their unique version of Brahms’ symphonies.

Ádám Fischer is one of the leading conductors of our time. Born in 1949 in Budapest, a student of Hans Swarowsky, he knew from an early age that music can, and has to, carry a message. When he became the chief conductor of the Danish Chamber Orchestra in 1998, he found his ideal partners for his innovative and radical ideas: open-minded musicians who enjoy experimenting. Together, through many years of collaboration, they have been able to develop their very own distinctive style. With a recording of all of Mozart’s symphonies (International Classical Music Award 2015) and a complete Beethoven recording, presented in 2019 (International Classical Music Award 2020) Ádám Fischer ventured into new territory in terms of musical interpretation to enthusiastic international acclaim.

Launched in December 2020, HarrisonParrott partnered with eMusic Live to create this new platform for classical music and the arts. Virtual Circle not only provides audiences with a ‘concert look and feel’ with engaging interactive features, but also in-platform promotional opportunities for artists, something which is not offered by any other digital concert platforms, these include high-resolution album downloads, ticket bundles, and action buttons directing audiences to additional content.