Fri 9 Jun ’2320:15Grote Zaal
Sun 11 Jun ’2314:15Grote Zaal
Resounding brass, a wistful oboe solo and a euphoric climax for the full orchestra: Tchaikovsky’s Fourth showcases the full range of joys and sorrows in the best Russian tradition. Had Gershwin’s parents stayed in St. Petersburg, George would have been cast in the same mould. But they emigrated, their son encapsulated the American Dream in music, and now Russian master pianist Daniil Trifonov is the ideal interpreter.
A genius of the piano… if you weren’t there, you won’t believe it
Copland fanfare for the common man | Gershwin piano concerto | Tsjaikovski symphony no. 6
Lahav Shani conductor | Daniil Trifonov piano