Each in their own unique style, Schubert and Brahms are both revered as the greatest masters of Austrian-German symphony music of the 19th century, fully displaying the spirit of Romanticism. In this concert, Macao Orchestra presents, on one hand, Brahms’s“Double Concerto For Violin and Cello in A minor”, the composer’s last concertante work, which features a mature technique and conveys deep emotions. On the other hand, the Schubert’s“Symphony No. 4”, a work that carries the composer’s sadness and thoughts at the young age of 19. Which one is likely to touch us more: Brahms’s late blossoming or the wisdom of the young Schubert?