my Classic Vivaldi: San Francisco Symphony Performs The Four Seasons
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Ah, summer at the symphony, when folks bring their picnic barbecue manners to the concert hall! From the couple who cut in line in front of me at will call, pretending to speak only French, to the woman behind me who kicked off her shoes and...continued
Alexander Barantschik, violinist and leader San Francisco Symphony Concertmaster Alexander Barantschik leads my classic Vivaldi, offering a unique opportunity to hear the distinguished violinist put his singular stamp on Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons. The Symphony complements the firecracker virtuosity of this ubiquitous Baroque classic with the timeless elegance of Mozart and Tchaikovsky. Program:
Vivaldi – The Four Seasons
Mozart – Divertimento
Tchaikovsky – Serenade for Strings