Beethoven Eroica Symphony
Beethoven’s “Eroica” broke every rule in the book of composing a symphony, from doubling its length to deepening its substance. Louis Langrée returns to the TSO to conduct this most invigorating of compositions, which is paired with the shimmering Impressionist textures and poetic meditations of Polish master Szymanowski’s Violin Concerto No. 1. Christian Tetzlaff brings to it the multiple skills that led The New York Times to praise him as “a meticulous and refined virtuoso.” (Pictured: Christian Tetzlaff, violin)
Concert running time is approximately two hours including a 20-minute intermission.
Apr 12: The TSO Chamber Soloists
The TSO Chamber Soloists will give a pre-concert performance in the auditorium at 6:15pm on April 12. Doors for the pre-concert performance open 30 minutes before the performance begins. Admission is included in the price of your TSO concert ticket. Seating is limited, and latecomers will not be admitted after the performance start time.