Ken-David Masur Conducts Liszt, Chin & Schumann With Pianist Louis Lortie at Boston Symphony Hall

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Join the Boston Symphony Orchestra for a special evening of music by Frank Lizst, Unsuk Chin and Robert Schumann. Led by BSO Assistant Conductor Ken-David Masur, you'll hear Lizst's dark Totentantz (Dance of the Dead), one of the most challenging pieces in the standard classical repertoire, here ably performed by acclaimed French-Canadian pianist Louis Lortie. You'll also enjoy the American premiere of the playful four-movement Mannequin by acclaimed Korean composer Chin, along with Robert Schumann's uniquely structured ode to the Rhine River, his Symphony No. 3, at Boston Symphony Hall.

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