Violinist Gidon Kremer and Kremerata Baltica
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The last date listed for Gidon Kremer's Kremerata Baltica was Sunday February 2, 2014 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Davies Symphony Hall
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from baba
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Fabulous music and musicianship. One of the very best concerts I have ever attended. Utterly world class performances by many of the members of the group. Everyone in the ensemble gave everything they had to the performance and the result was unforgettable.
Please bring them back to SF soon.
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Not klezmer music thank goodness. A later changed listing clarified it was an ensemble fairly focused it appears on Slavic Classical works for string chamber ensemble. The program was so so except for a brilliant unknown work by Weinberg for...continued
Quotes & Highlights
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Program (subject to change):
Weinberg: Concertino for Violin and Strings
Shostakovich (Arr. Zinman/Pushkarev): Violin Sonata
Britten: _Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge
_ Shostakovich (Arr. Pushkarev): Anti-formalist Gallery
The concert is set to run approximately 1 hour and 55 minutes, including intermission.
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