National Symphony Orchestra: Eschenbach Conducts Beethoven's Symphony No. 9
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The last date listed for National Symphony Orchestra: Eschenbach Conducts Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 was Friday October 1, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Fantasy & Fate seems like a broad enough title for the latest National Symphony Orchestra concert under guest conductor Juraj Valcuha. But the name strains to encapsulate the embarrassment of riches the Kennedy Center concert offers, namely a sophisticated and witty Stravinsky suite; the NSO debut of an exciting violin virtuosa; and a Tchaikovsky symphony so dramatic "i … More
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A historic event--the first subscription audience to experience the NSO's new conductor, Eschenbach. We agree with the Washington Post reviewer's comments in today's paper (10-01-10.) Our seats were excellent for this full house sell-out.
- Christoph Eschenbach, conductor
- Marisol Montalvo, soprano
- Yvonne Naef, mezzo-soprano
- Nikolai Schukoff, tenor
- John Relyea, bass-baritone
- The Choral Arts Society of Washington
- Norman Scribner, artistic director
In his first concerts of the regular season, Christoph Eschenbach conducts the DC premiere of Pintscher’s Hérodiade-Fragmente with soprano Marisol Montalvo. Also on the program is Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.
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