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    Boston Philharmonic present Mozart & Rachmaninoff

    Presented by at Sanders Theatre

    October 23 - October 26, 2014


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    Boston Philharmonic present Mozart & Rachmaninoff

    The vagaries of love, its ecstasies, surprises and wrenching reversals, form the substance of Mozart’s great comic opera Così fan tutte. Love’s comedies and love’s tragedies are inseparable, the equal sides of a balance held aloft with ironic poise by Mozart at his most masterful.

    The operatic genius of Mozart makes itself felt in his non-operatic works as well, and nowhere more so than in the...

    The vagaries of love, its ecstasies, surprises and wrenching reversals, form the substance of Mozart’s great comic opera Così fan tutte. Love’s comedies and love’s tragedies are inseparable, the equal sides of a balance held aloft with ironic poise by Mozart at his most masterful.

    The operatic genius of Mozart makes itself felt in his non-operatic works as well, and nowhere more so than in the Sinfonia concertante for Violin and Viola. Unusual in form, unusual in the way that its two solo instruments interact, daring in its overtly operatic expressiveness, it is one of the pivotal works in Mozart’s evolution as a composer, and one in which we see his experimental and revolutionary side most clearly. Mozart never wrote a purely instrumental work that was more blatantly operatic than this one. We are extremely fortunate to have two of the supreme masters of their instruments to perform this work with us, violinist Miriam Fried and violist Kim Kashkashian.

    If ever there were a symphony overflowing with love it is the Second Symphony of Rachmaninoff. Almost from its first note the emotion-drenched themes well up in an unstoppable flood, all of them clothed in Rachmaninoff’s most gorgeous orchestration. The variety to be found in this symphony is astonishing too – with its tender confessional passages, its rapt outpourings, its hearty humor, and its occasional dark moments. A performance of this work is always an “event,” and you won’t want to miss it!


    Sanders Theatre

    45 Quincy Street
    Memorial Hall, Harvard University
    Cambridge, MA 02138

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    Admission Info:

    Level A - $72, Level B - $52, Level C - $36, Level D - $15


    General Day and Time Info:

    Free parking at the Broadway Garage.



    Individual Dates & Times: *
    Oct 23, 2014: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm (Thu)
    Oct 26, 2014: 3 pm - 5 pm (Sun)

    * Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.


    phone: 617-236-0999

    Parking:

    Sanders Theatre/Memorial Hall is located at 45 Quincy Street, between Cambridge and Kirkland Streets in Cambridge, a 5 minute walk from Harvard Square.

    There is NO PARKING at Memorial Hall.

    For those traveling to Sanders Theatre by car, check the event listing to see which, if any, parking facility is available for the event you wish to attend.



    Accessibility Information:

    Please call Sanders Theatre directly to purchase accessible seating at 617-496-2222.


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