Why See Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra - Dvorak Mozart and Tchaikovsky?
Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra
Grammy award-winning Pianist Emanuel Ax returns to Verizon Hall to join the incredible Philadelphians in Mozarts final piano concerto. Conducted by the great Yannick Neet-Seguin, who recently won the Oskar Morawetz award beginning of September 2017, and is said to "hold the world at his fingertips". Yannick and the Orchestra will be exploring The King of Instruments in Wayne Oquins Resilience, written for the first Grammy-winning Organist and Philadelphia's favorite; Paul Jacobs. Rounding off the program is Tchaikovsky's fierce Fourth Symphony.
Yannick Nezet-Seguin - Conductor
Paul Jacobs - Organ
Emanuel Ax - Piano
Oquin - Resilience, for Organ and Orchestra
Mozart Piano Concerto No.27, K.595
Tchaikovsky - Symphony No.4
Performance date: 6 October 2017
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