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Shostakovich Festival Overture
Borodin Symphony No. 2
Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4
The Metropolitan Orchestra has become renowned for its passionate and exciting delivery of Russian repertoire, and tonight’s annual all-Russian program will not disappoint.
This Russian festival of music will begin with Shostakovich’s Festival Overture, which is full of fire and brilliance. It’s the perfect work to start this power-packed evening of emotive music from some of Russia’s finest composers.
Shostakovich’s Overture poignantly leads us into Borodin’s grandiose Symphony No. 2, which is filled with emotion and brooding intensity.
The energetic night of music will come to a formidable finale with Tchaikovsky’s epic journey through fate and destiny, his commanding Fourth Symphony.
A Reserve provides the best complete visual and aural experience.
B Reserve may give reduced aural experience.
C Reserve may have restricted views and reduced aural experience.
The Metropolitan Orchestra
Conductor Sarah-Grace Williams
|Sat 25 Jul||8pm|
100 minutes (including interval). Lockouts apply.
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