Robert Schumann

Hilary Hahn
Michael Patrick O'Leary

Saturday, June 2, 2018
8:00 PM

Encore broadcast from October 14, 2017

Saturday night at 8 in an encore broadcast of the BSO, Hilary Hahn is the guest soloist in Dvorák’s jovial Violin Concerto, and Gustavo Gimeno leads Schumann’s verdant “Spring” Symphony.

 

Gustavo Gimeno, conductor

Hilary Hahn, violin

LIGETI Concert Românesc
DVORÁK Violin Concerto
SCHUMANN Symphony No. 1, Spring

Clockwise from left: Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Kirill Gerstein, Thomas Adès
Courtesy of the artists

Saturday, February 10 (encore Monday, February 18),  2018
8:00 PM

An unprecedented alliance between the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra is launched through music by Bach, Schumann, Shepherd, and Mendelssohn.

image of Yo-Yo Ma
Todd Rosenberg

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Boston Symphony Orchestra
David Zinman, conductor
Yo-Yo Ma, cello

MOZART Symphony No. 25
SCHUMANN Cello Concerto
SCHUMANN Symphony No. 2

Hear part 1 of this concert on demand:

Hear part 2 of this concert on demand:

Daniel Hope: For Seasons
Deutsche Grammophon

The violinist complements Vivaldi’s famous concertos with twelve short yet vibrant pieces depicting each month, with composers ranging from Rameau (1683-1764) to Aphex Twin (b. 1971).

Piotr Anderszewski might be one of the most revered pianists of his generation, but he's also one of the most impulsive.

In 1990, at age 21, the young Pole entered the prestigious Leeds International Piano Competition. He was nearly finished with his semi-final performance when he quit playing — just walked off the stage. He felt he wasn't good enough to continue. It was a gutsy move that actually helped launch his career.

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