The Kennedy Center Hosts The London Philharmonic With Violinist Sarah Chang
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Chang is “a wonder” with a “full, beautiful tone, unimpeachable intonation, and restrained sincerity,” praises The New York Times.
One of classical music’s most captivating and gifted artists, violinist Sarah Chang joins the London Philharmonic for an expressive performance of deeply felt music. Chang has matured into a young artist with great musical insight, technical virtuosity, and emotional range.
Franz Liszt – Les Preludes
Sibelius – Violin Concerto
Brahms – Symphony No. 2
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