Seattle Phil: "A mysterious, indefinable poetry"
The Seattle Philharmonic launches its season with a concert comprised entirely of Slavic music, featuring composers of Czech, Polish, Russian and Slovenian origin. Two staples of the concert repertoire will be spotlighted: Bedrich Smetana's symphonic poem The Moldau and Frederic Chopin's hauntingly beautiful Piano Concerto No. 1, with the Serbian-born pianist Milica Jelaca Jovanovic as soloist. Incantation, an intriguing and powerful work by Slovenian composer Nana Forte, will receive its US premiere, and "Autumn," the most popular portion of Alexander Glazunov's radiant ballet score The Seasons, will be appropriately presented at this fall concert. A little-known delight by Antonin Dvorak, his Polonaise, completes the program at Benaroya Hall's S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium.
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