APPROX. 75 MINUTES WITH ONE 20 MINUTE INTERMISSION
Donato Cabrera, conductor
Maria Radutu, piano (mariaradutu.com)
JOSEPH BOLOGNE, CHEVALIER DE SAINT-GEORGES Symphony No. 2 (The Anonymous Lover)
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Symphony No. 31 (Paris Symphony)
FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN Piano Concerto No.1
It was a young, desperate love that inspired Frederic Chopin. Too shy to declare his feelings, he wrote: “I say to my piano what I would like to be saying to you…” Maria Radutu returns for Chopin’s exquisite First Piano Concerto. Donato Cabrera has said of her: “Maria Radutu reveals these intimate emotions that people aren’t so quick to bring to the stage – there’s no filter between what she’s feeling and what she’s trying to project to the audience.” Also, Saint-Georges will enchant with his comedic Symphony, and Mozart captures the essence of Parisian musical taste in his Symphony No. 31.
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