Boston Philharmonic Orchestra Concert

Featuring the U.S. debut of renowned
Moldavian violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Boston Philharmonic Orchestra
presents a truly special night at the symphony at Jordan Hall on Saturday,
November 23, beginning at 8pm. Featuring three distinct music acts, each with a
unique style and sound, this  performance
will be one of the most memorable Boston symphony orchestra concerts this year.

 

The evening begins with Weber’s
enchanting opera opus, Overture to Der
Freischutz
. One of the most popular operas in Germany, this haunting
performance is a tale of desperate love and conniving – demons in a magical
forest setting. Bartok’s Violin Concerto
No. 2
, however, is the main attraction of the night, a fiery performance
featuring the fiercely passionate violinist from Moldavia, Patricia
Kopatchinskaja. Known for amazing technique and deep understanding of Central
European folk music, this sensational musician brings delicate shading and
nuanced color to Bartok’s famous concerto. Finally, the concert ends with the
beloved Brahm’s Symphony No. 2. Warm
and bright, this pastoral performance returns the audience to the present, an
ideal ending for the phenomenal night.

 

This magical evening of music with
the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra takes place at Jordan Hall at the New England
Observatory. Tickets range in price from $25 to $100 and can be purchased in
advance online (https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?ticketing=bphil)
or by calling (617) 236-0999. Don’t miss your chance to witness Kopatchinskaja
live for the first time in the United States, and treat yourself to a
spectacular night at the symphony.

 

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