Join us on Sunday, January 25th at 1 pm for a Philadelphia Orchestra in Concert re-broadcast of a Verizon Hall performance first heard in December of 2013. You'll hear two delightful pieces by Tchaikovsky that feature Concertmaster David Kim as soloist: the Serenade Melancholique, and Valse-Scherzo - both personally meaningful works to Mr. Kim, who was the only American awarded a prize at the 1986 quadrennial Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow.
Also on Sunday's program, Ravel's glistening Rapsodie Espagnole, infused with the rhythms and folk songs reminiscent of the Spanish countryside, and Stravinsky's ballet Petroushka, about a puppet that comes to life - an energetic and satirical work full of wit and humor. Philadelphia Orchestra Conductor-in-Residence Cristian Macelaru in on the podium. Gregg Whiteside is producer and host.
During intermission, Susan Lewis speaks with David Kim and Cristian Macelaru.
That's Sunday, January 25, from 1 to 3 pm. Don't miss it!
Ravel: Rapsodie espagnole
Tchaikovsky: sérénade mélancolique, for violin and orchestra
Tchaikovsky: Valse-scherzo, for violin and orchestra
Cristian Macelaru, conductor
David Kim, violin