BSO: Brahms' Symphony No. 4 at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall

Mid-Town Belvedere

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The BSO's exciting centennial season rolls on at Meyerhoff with Czech conductor Jakub Hrusa making his much anticipated return to the podium for Brahms' Symphony No. 4. The orchestra also welcomes guest artist Sergey Khachatryan, the impressive young Armenian violinist, who'll take on Sibelius' challenging violin concerto. Khachatryan has taken home several prestigious awards -- he was the youngest ever to win the Sibelius Violin Competition -- and scored a large cash prize as the winner of the Credit Suisse Young Artist Award in 2014. The concert is set to open with Jealousy, by Hrusa's fellow Czech Leos Janacek, and builds to a conclusion with Johannes Brahms' dramatic fourth and final symphony.

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