- Colburn Orchestra
- Valery Gergiev conductor
- Dominic Cheli pianist
- Singers from the Atkins Young Artists Program at the Mariinsky Theatre
About This Performance
Talented young singers from The Fellowship at the Mariinsky – a collaboration between the Mariinsky State Academic Theatre in Russia and the Atkins Young Artists Programs, a U.S. non-profit that promotes the arts – begin this all-Russian program with highlights from Tchaikovsky’s great tragic opera.
Still in his 20s, fast-rising virtuoso Dominic Cheli performs Prokofiev’s thrilling and most acclaimed piano concerto.
One of Tchaikovsky most celebrated symphonies, the Fourth begins with a fanfare representing Fate, and, according to the composer, the first movement proceeds to represent that "all life is an unbroken alternation of hard reality with swiftly passing dreams and visions of happiness.” The entire work exudes the composer’s heart-on-sleeve passionate intensity.
Grand Avenue will close between 2nd and 3rd street in for the Colburn School Gala on October 23rd. This closure will remain in place through Thursday, October 25 at 6am. Please allow extra time when driving to Walt Disney Concert Hall.
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