Boston Philharmonic Orchestra: Patricia Kopatchinskaja's U.S. Debut
Carl Maria von Weber’s magical evocation of the sound and feel of night in the forest opens the second concert of the season. Weber’s magical opera of desperate love and conniving demons is rarely performed here, but in Germany is nearly as popular as La bohème. The overture is a haunting distillation of those qualities that have made it a favorite with audiences and an important influence on other composers.
At the center of this program is an event that no one will want to miss, the Boston debut… Show more
Created by Zvents
The Boston Philharmonic season really is a journey, in which the musicians and the audience explore the music together. In the pre-concert explanations, Benjamin Zander will give you background information and different ways of listening to each work.
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