When Shostakovich premiered his Tenth Symphony shortly after the death of Stalin, the Soviet authorities simply didn’t know what to think. It’s an epic, emotionally charged masterwork which hides some powerful secrets too; perfect for a conductor like Thomas Søndergård, who tells it exactly how it is. Add the superb Leif Ove Andsnes as soloist in Rachmaninov’s mightiest and most passionate piano concerto, and this should be a concert to set pulses racing – no holds barred.