Then in a month or so two orchestras are playing Mahler's Second and Sixth Symphonies.
Gustav Mahler is one of those giants who lumbers onto the scene, and when he leaves, you're musically exhausted. He's also one of the composers whose works I believe work realy, really well with regional orchestras (not that you shouldn't hear a great orchestra play one) because, unlike Beethoven, Mahler wrote out every single technique, nuance, and note that can be followed to a t. (Beethoven is more mysterious and takes much more handling, insight, et al.)
So for the last few nights I've been revisiting (and exhausting myself musically!) Mahler's symphonies, with a new set from Angel/EMI of the Cologne Radio Symphony and Gary Bertini. It's a live set from the early 1990s on a Japan tour.