TETZLAFF & TCHAIKOVSKY'S FIFTH
NOV 10 & 11 | Music Hall
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Tchaikovsky’s Fifth has it all from a funeral march to a lilting waltz finishing with bombastic brass.
I Want to Be Alive — Trilogy for Orchestra First Part: "Echo/Narcissus" (CSO Co-Commission)
SZYMANOWSKI: Violin Concerto No. 1
TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 5
Friday Morning & Saturday Evening A
“One of today’s most in-demand violinists” (NPR), Christian Tetzlaff returns to Music Hall after last showcasing his “jaw-dropping virtuosity” (Cincinnati Enquirer) here in the Queen City in 2017. Conductor Gustavo Gimeno leads Tetzlaff and the CSO in Szymanowski’s sweepingly lyrical Violin Concerto and the first part of a multi-year trilogy by composer Daníel Bjarnason. Tchaikovsky’s wellspring of melodies is on display in his Fifth Symphony — opening with a fateful funeral march, winding through a sonorous solo horn song and lilting waltz, then finishing with bombastic brass.
New Works Social
Join us post-concert at the foyer bar to grab a drink, mingle with others, and chat about how you experienced the new work. We’ll provide conversation starters, and possibly even a chance to meet with the composer and other musicians if they’re present. No need to reserve a spot, just show up!