Often overshadowed by the symphonies that precede and follow it (the “Eroica” and the “Fifth”), Beethoven’s 4th is filled with wit and charm. Witness pure jubilance as Grammy-winners Michael Repper […]
Mozart’s delightful “Turkish” Violin Concerto No. 5 is a youthful masterpiece that sparkles with splendid surprises, brought to life by award-winning violinist Diana Adamyan. Join the Philharmonic and Dudamel Conducting […]
Mozart’s sublime Piano Concerto No. 23, performed by award-winning pianist Albert Cano Smit, is one of a quartet of works by composers who dared to defy the norm. Known for […]
“Eroica,” the third symphony of Ludwig van Beethoven deserves its heroic nickname. Originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the composer angrily scratched out the inscription replacing it with “dedicated to the […]
Argentine composer Astor Piazzola wrote his own delicious tango response to Vivaldi’s “Seasons,” a rollicking, foot-stomping tour of Buenos Aires. Join us for pre-Concert talks, beginning one hour before performance time.