The Philadelphia Orchestra -- Tchaikovsky Week 1--Symphony No. 4
British conductor Robin Ticciati returns to Philadelphia after a highly-acclaimed debut in 2012. The worldly young maestro launches a celebration of Tchaikovsky’s immense musical impact on other composers of his time. Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 opens with an ominous fanfare suggesting the arrival of fate. Great British pianist Stephen Hough performs the highly demanding First Piano Concerto. And the program opens with Liadov’s short tone poem The Enchanted Lake.
Created by Phil Orch
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