About this Performance
“[Leila Josefowicz] is the inevitable go-to violinist when the orchestra is in need of a daring, probing, thinking, dancing, spectacularly virtuosic soloist” (Los Angeles Times). A hero to so many living composers for her fearless playing, she takes on Thomas Adès’ “Concentric Paths” Violin Concerto. The high-powered Elim Chan leads one of Tchaikovsky’s most passionate and popular symphonies.
This performance is generously supported in part by the Kohl Virtuoso Violin Fund.See other concerts in this series
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Join special guests and performers for an on-stage chat after this shortened concert, then hang with orchestra members in BP Hall over drinks to round out the night.
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