Moscow State Radio Symphony Orchestra Plays Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky
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Robert Cole is the bee's knees! What a great concert and so nice and long that I left very satisfied. I'd normally expect 1 fabulous young artist, but 2? Such a blessing for my heart and ears! Great performances by musicians we need to keep an eye on! Thank you too, to the Moscow State Radio Symphony Orchestra for coming and treating us to a wonderful performance. What did I like best? Oddly enough, I found the dead silence in the hall just before entrances to be awe-inspiring. No audience has been that quiet of late. It made the musical experience very intense. Beautiful performances by all the soloists too.
An evening of Russian masterworks performed by the artists who know them best. “A crack ensemble that brings a rigorous approach to musicmaking” (Los Angeles Times), the Moscow State Radio Symphony Orchestra will be joined in this program of Russian classics by pianist Alexander Sinchuk, winner of the 2009 Rachmaninoff International Piano Competition, and brilliant young cellist Julian Schwarz.
Program: Tchaikovsky/Romeo and Juliet Overture, Variations on a Rococo Theme in A for Cello and Orchestra
Rachmaninoff/Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43
Rimsky-Korsakov/Scheherazade Symphonic Suite for Orchestra, Op. 35
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