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  • Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto & Schumann

    Baiba Skride, lauded by "The New York Times" for her “impetuous energy and impressive precision,” is the soloist in a work that churns with brooding pensiveness before launching into a furious finale. Schumann’s glorious celebration of the Rhineland is by turns stately and enigmatic, and features...

  • A Charlie Brown Christmas - Cyrus Chestnut & Friends

    The holidays don't officially arrive until you hear Vince Guaraldi's classic score from A Charlie Brown Christmas. Virtuosic and playful pianist Cyrus Chestnut infuses these classic charts with his soulful sound. Hear all your favorites: "Linus and Lucy," "Christmas Time is Here," "O Tannenbaum,"...

  • Mendelssohn’s First Piano Concerto & Dvorak’s Eighth Symphony

    Dvořák’s Eighth remains one of his most popular symphonies; its uplifting, dance-like melodies are inspired by the folk songs of his native Bohemia. "The Times of London" has called Yeol Eum Son “a model of clarity and fleetness”—qualities that shine in her performance of Mendelssohn’s spellbindi...

  • Sibelius’ First Symphony & Prokofiev

    Experience Nordic marvels—Icelandic composer Anna Thorvaldsdottir seeks to balance the beauty and chaos of nature on a knife’s edge, and Finnish icon Jean Sibelius nearly sweeps the listener away in a tide of sound. In between is Prokofiev’s supremely virtuosic and profoundly expressive masterpie...

  • Brahms’ First Piano Concerto & Bartók

    Brahms’ First Piano Concerto is vast in its scope, requiring dexterity, power, and grace from the soloist—the phenomenally versatile Garrick Ohlsson in these performances—as well as storms of expression from the orchestra. It is a concerto in which the orchestra and soloist are truly equal partne...

  • Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony & Saxophone Concerto World Premiere

    From the riveting street fight between the Montagues and Capulets to the ravishing love theme, Tchaikovsky’s overture is beloved by audiences for its musical depictions of scenes from Shakespeare’s tragedy. British saxophonist Jess Gillam performs the world premiere of a concerto written for her ...