Tchaikovsky described his Fourth as "a reflection of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony." From the fateful thundering brass fanfare to the dramatic finish, this quintessentially romantic Russian music will sweep you away, evoking surging powerful emotions. This powerful work rounds out a program featuring an intriguing world premiere and Mozart’s most beloved violin concerto performed by award-winning French violinist Arnaud Sussmann, whose violin playing has been described as “reminiscent of Jascha Heifetz or Fritz Kreisler.”
Carl St.Clair, conductor
Arnaud Sussmann, violin
PRANGCHAROEN: Concerto for Four Principal Winds (World Premiere)
MOZART: Violin Concerto No. 3
TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 4
Preview Talk with host Alan Chapman at 7 p.m.