Bartók's Inventive The Miraculous Mandarin
Beguiling and depraved, Bartok's pantomime ballet The Miraculous Mandarin emerged like a shriek from the moral vacuum of World War I. Textured by folk music and exoticism, Bartok's endlessly inventive score enlivens a dark urban tale of supernatural lust. Also on the program at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, hear a piece that was kept hidden from Joseph Stalin -- Shostakovich's "Violin Concerto No. 1" -- delivered with "fearless virtuosity" (The Cincinnati Enquirer) by Karen Gomyo.
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