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    Mozart, Prokofiev and Schumann

    Presented by at Symphony Hall

    November 14 - November 19, 2013


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    Mozart, Prokofiev and Schumann

    Greek-born violin virtuoso and conductor Leonidas Kavakos returns in that dual role for Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 4, composed in 1775 and considered a signpost of the precocious composer's high maturity. Kavakos then leads Serge Prokofiev's delightful, Mozart- and Haydn-inspired Classical Symphony, one of the last pieces he finished in Russia before leaving his homeland for more than a decade. Closing the program is Robert Schumann's Symphony No. 2, composed in 1845 after a bout of deep depression, but ultimately, even miraculously, optimistic and affirmative in character.


    Symphony Hall

    301 Massachusetts Avenue
    Boston, MA 02115

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    Admission Info:

    $37.00 - $126.00



    Phone: 888-266-1200

    Parking:


    The Prudential Center Garage offers a discount to any patron holding a BSO or Pops ticket stub for that evening's performance if you enter the garage after 2pm. The address is 800 Boylston Street, Boston, MA.
     




    Parking is also available at the Westland Avenue Garage near Symphony Hall (35 Westland Avenue),


     Christian Science Center Garage (175 Huntington Avenue), and Gainsborough Garage (10 Gainsborough Street).






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