Czech Philharmonic with Kirill Gerstein
$24 - $59*
$48 - $118
On their first tour of the United States under new music director Semyon Bychkov, the Czech Philharmonic is part of the Philharmonic Society's first-ever orchestral residency. The two evenings of performances at the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts combine the orchestra's Dvorák legacy and Bychkov's passion for his fellow Russian, Tchaikovsky. The program for night two features pianist Kirill Gerstein in Tchaikovsky's celebrated Piano Concerto No. 1, along with Dvorák's Symphony No. 7. For more than a century, the Czech Philharmonic has represented the pinnacle of Czech cultural achievement. On January 4, 1896, Antonín Dvorák conducted the Czech Philharmonic's debut performance at the Rudolfinum in Prague, which is still home to the Czech Philharmonic's Prague concerts. In 1908, Gustav Mahler led the orchestra in the world premiere of his Symphony No. 7. Other composers who have collaborated with the orchestra include Edward Grieg, Stravinsky, Honegger, Milhaud and Penderecki. Over the years, the Czech Philharmonic has grown its international reputation, leading to its well-deserved position on Gramophone magazine's ranking of the world's 20 greatest orchestras.
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