Winston-Salem Symphony: Myers Conducts Tchaikovsky

Timothy Myers photo credit Simon PaulyA guest conductor holds the reins of the Winston-Salem Symphony in a concert titled Myers Conducts Tchaikovsky.  That Russian great is represented by his Symphony No. 6 in b-minor, but you’ll also hear the fascinating Concerto for Piano in G by Maurice Ravel, with guest pianist Dmitri Vorobiev in the solo spot. There’s also Machine by contemporary composer Jennifer Higdon and These Worlds in Us by Missy Mazzoli.  Tchaikovsky, yes, but a whole lot more!




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Jennifer Higdon: Machine
Winston-Salem Symphony

Missy Mazzoli: These Worlds in Us
Winston-Salem Symphony

Ravel: Concerto for Piano in G
Dmitri Vorobiev, piano

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6 in b-minor
Winston-Salem Symphony
Timothy Myers, conductor

Beethoven: Quartet in B Flat, Op. 18, No. 6
Kontras Quartet

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