What You'll Get
Internationally renowned violinist Chee-Yun returns to the Music Center at Strathmore to play Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 4, a composition of delightful melodies and subtle wit. Born in Korea in 1970, Chee-Yun moved to America at the age of 13 and was quickly admitted to Juilliard. Making her Carnegie Hall debut as a soloist at the age of 15, she launched a career that's seen her record nearly a dozen albums, perform with the greatest orchestras in the world and dazzle audiences on five continents with her flawless technique. This concert begins with Sibelius' Rakastava (The Lover), a charming suite for string orchestra, and cuminates with Tchaikovsky's popular Serenade for Strings, which the Russian composer once proclaimed was written "from inner compulsion, from the heart."
Piotr Gajewski, conductor
The Fine Print
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