Brahms' Thundering Piano Concerto
Pianist Anna Vinnitskaya takes on Brahms' enormous Piano Concerto No. 2 as it explores the depth of human emotions. (As Brahms said, "This is not a 'tiny, tiny piano concerto with a tiny, tiny wisp of a scherzo.'") Jewish composer Mieczysław Weinberg's family was murdered by the Nazis and persecuted under Stalin, yet he continued to compose, writing no fewer than 26 symphonies, 19 sonatas, 150 songs, and incidental music for 65 films, plays, radio, and circus performances. Much of his music struggled to receive recognition during his lifetime, and it is just now gaining prominence in the U.S. His Third Symphony with its treasury of folk tunes shows off his vast orchestral palette.
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This performance is at the historic Hilbert Circle Theatre. Doors will open one hour before the performance.
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