Philadelphia Orchestra with Gil Shaham at the Kennedy Center: Tchaikovsky, Walton, Mendelssohn
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Canadian pianist and former child prodigy Angela Hewitt may be best known for her nine-year recording project featuring a complete cycle of Bach's major keyboard works, but for her National Symphony Orchestra debut, she'll perform Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 22. As heard in the award-winning film Amadeus, that diverse work includes difficult solos and a lively finale that's book-ended by a poignant minuet. Conductor David Zinman leads the NSO through another famous film theme as well, Strauss' Also sprach Zarathustra, so compellingly used in Stanley Kubrick's ground-breaking 2001: A Space Odyssey. Learn More
When you go to an event at the Kennedy Center, make certain to see what is playing at the Millenium Stage. A free performance is offered at 6:00 every night. I saw a wonderful set of Broadway show tune sung by very talented students from Catholic University.NSO: Koh Plays Barber info • Nov 01 2013 star this tip starred
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“The Philadelphia Orchestra is unquestionably one of the world’s greats—its sound is incomparably thick and sweet, like a luxurious syrup, with rich string tone, weighty brass and booming timpani.” —Financial Times
Charles Dutoit, conductor
Gil Shaham, violin
Mendelssohn: Hebrides Overture
Walton: Violin Concerto
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5
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