This Sundayâ€™s Philadelphia Orchestra In Concert broadcast features what would turn out to be the final engagement with the ensemble for a great Spanish conductor - the late Rafael FrĂĽhbeck de Burgos.
The program of French music he conducted, included a lesser-performed work; a Spanish-inspired symphony showcasing a highly regarded German violinist in his Philadelphia Orchestra debut.
Acclaimed violinist AugustinÂ HadelichÂ joins Symphony in C and Music Director Rossen Milanov for one of the most beloved concertos in the repertoire - the Concerto in E minor, by FelixÂ Mendelssohn. That's the centerpiece on this Sunday's broadcast.
It's works by Ligeti, Dvorak, and Roger Zare on Sunday, May 13th from 3 to 5 pm. Rossen Milanov conducts Symphony in C. Violinist Augustin Hadelich is soloist. Roger Zare was the winner of the ensemble's 2012 Young Composers' Competition.
Program: Roger Zare:Â Green Flash Georgy Ligeti:Â Violin Concerto Antonin Dvorak:Â Symphony No. 9 in E minor, "From the New World"