Columbus Symphony Masterworks: Ravel and Bruckner
In this fascinating concerto written as a gift to pianist Paul Wittgenstein who lost his right arm in WWI, Ravel ingeniously wrote a one-handed piano part that sounds like it is being played by two hands and also demonstrates his love of jazz. Bruckner's final, unfinished symphony is a richly scored, stirring question for emotional fulfillment.
Created by ZventsOHA | Claim this event
39 E. State St.
Columbus, OH 43215
Hot Tickets More »
|4/26||10:00a||Acting for Film Eight-Week Scene Study acting Fundamentals for beginners|
|4/26||8:00p||Columbus Symphony Orchestra|
|5/3||10:00a||Acting for Film Eight-Week Scene Study acting Fundamentals for beginners|
|5/9||8:00p||Columbus Symphony Orchestra|
|5/10||8:00p||Carmen in Concert|
|5/10||8:00p||Columbus Symphony Orchestra|
|5/13||7:30p||The Book of Mormon|
|5/17||2:00p||The Book of Mormon|
|5/18||1:00p||The Book of Mormon|