Classics 10: The Heart of Russia

Spokane Symphony welcomes Eckuart Preu as the conductor and Natasha Paremski on piano in Classics 10: The Heart of Russia

Shows :Saturday, May 12 @8 pm  and  Sunday, May 13 @3 pm

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Rachmaninoff was a teenager when he composed his unabashedly romantic Piano Concerto No. 1, filled with lyrical melodies and lush orchestration. The mood of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 1 is a shimmering celebration of winter, belying the anguish he suffered during this time. He incorporates elements of Russian folk music along with what makes his later symphonies famous: atmosphere beauty, breathtaking melodies, and virtuosic brilliance. The concert opens with Glinka’s fiery Kamarinskaya, the first orchestral work based entirely on Russian folk music. 

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