Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony
Shostakovich once said, "Instead of repenting, I composed my Fourth Symphony." The creation of this piece - that took 25 years to have a performance - is an interpretation of life in Soviet Russia in the 1930s. Around the same time, fellow Russian composer Igor Stravinsky took an abandoned film score for a wartime story and created Scherzo á la Russe. Grammy-Winning violinist Augustin Hadelich takes on Bartok's Second Violin Concerto, one of the great 20th-century violin concertos that also had its start in the tumultuous 1930s.
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This performance is at the historic Hilbert Circle Theatre. Doors will open one hour before the performance.
The program book will be posted closer to the performance date.
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