Watts Returns
American pianist André Watts, among today’s most celebrated and beloved superstars, returns to perform music by 19-century America’s pre-eminent composer—the richly romantic Concerto No. 2 by Edward MacDowell. Also this weekend: Kodály’s boisterous Dances of Galánta, featuring the rousing verbunkos, a Hungarian folk dance, and Bartók’s riveting and tumultuous Miraculous Mandarin, which vividly reflects the horrors of war-torn 1920s Hungary..