By Jack Arnhold, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – This Monday, September 10th, the Teatro Municipal (Municipal Theater) will once again be graced by some world-class German classical music when the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie arrive to play an evening of Brahms and Mahler.
The Junge Deutsche Philharmonie was founded in Frankfurt in 1974, with a policy since its earliest days of seeking to attract the most promising young musicians from within the main musical conservatories in Germany.
Since 2014 they have been conducted by the British conductor Jonathan Nott, who also serves as artistic adviser. The orchestra distinguishes itself . . .