National Symphony Orchestra: Violinist Christian Tetzlaff Plays Beethoven
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Christoph Eschenbach conducts Beethoven’s Violin Concerto with soloist Christian Tetzlaff, continuing a season-long focus on Beethoven. Also on the program is Bruckner’s Symphony No. 6.
*BEETHOVEN – Concerto in D major for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 61 (Program Notes)
BRUCKNER – Symphony No. 6
Christoph Eschenbach is now in his first season as Music Director of the National Symphony Orchestra, as well as Music Director of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. He is also in great demand as a distinguished guest conductor with the finest orchestras and opera houses throughout the world.This season includes many features that are anticipated to become hallmarks of Maestro Eschenbach’s tenure in Washington.
Christian Tetzlaff is internationally recognized as one of the most important violinists of his generation. The distinctive character of his artistry stems from an unassailable musical integrity and disciplined technique that enables him to brilliantly realize his expressive intentions, yielding highly individual, compelling interpretations. In honor of his artistic achievements, Musical America named Mr. Tetzlaff “Instrumentalist of the Year” in 2005.
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