- BACEWICZ: Overture
- MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 18, K. 456, “Paradis”
- VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Symphony No. 6 in E minor
- Los Angeles Philharmonic
- Andrew Manze conductor
- Richard Goode piano
About This Performance
The incomparable Richard Goode joins us for the exquisite concerto that Mozart composed for a young blind virtuoso named Maria Theresa Paradis. Then, Manze leads a rare performance of Vaughan Williams’ vividly dramatic and expressive Sixth Symphony. Although VW wouldn’t confirm that it was a reaction to the sufferings of WWII, it is clearly in a different world from his more pastoral achievements.
Upbeat Live: Pre-Concert Talks
With Eric Bromberger – 7pm (more information)
Upbeat Live is an informative and engaging way to learn about the music before your concert. Renowned musicologists will take you through music theory, guided listening and the program's historical and cultural context. Plus, you'll hear interviews with guest artists and members of the LA Phil and participate in Q & A!
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