Conductor and Soloist
Beethoven Violin Concerto in D
Dvořák Symphony No.7 in D minor
Guy Braunstein was the youngest violinist ever appointed to be concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic and his formidable talents will be on display as he both plays and conducts in this concert. Our Beethoven celebration continues with a performance of his Violin Concerto, one of the most melodic and beloved works for violin and orchestra. This will be followed by drama on an even larger scale as we perform Dvořák’s mighty 7th Symphony, a glorious piece for orchestra filled with tension, beauty and a spectacular finale. Dvořák wrote this piece to demonstrate his Czech patriotism but this symphony speaks to anybody who loves deep emotion and blazing excitement in their music.
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