Boston Symphony Orchestra: Haydn, Hartmann & Beethoven at Boston Symphony Hall

Fenway - Kenmore - Audubon Circle - Longwood

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Russian conductor Vladimir Jurowski returns to the Boston Symphony Orchestra to lead a concert of fiery emotions. Russian wunderkind violinist Alina Ibragimova makes her BSO debut soloing on Haydn's lovely, lilting Violin Concerto No.1, and also plays on Concerto funebre, an eerie meditation on war by the great German composer Karl Amadeus Hartmann. These two masterworks are book-ended by yet another Haydn work, the rarely performed Lamentatione symphony, which kicks off the concert, and then the rousing closer -- Beethoven's joyous, life-affirming Symphony No.2. Behold this sonic bouquet of eclectic feeling and tone at beautiful Boston Symphony Hall.

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