Baldur Brönnimann, conductor
Johannes Moser, cello
Shostakovich’s most popular symphony, created when he and his country were under extreme duress, is one of the most soulful and gripping symphonies of all time. Add Saint-Saëns’ cello concerto performed by one of the finest young cellists today, and you’ve got an evening that will be long remembered.
Rehearsals last 2.5 hours, including a 15-minute break. Accompanied children ages 7+ are welcome, but all attendees are kindly asked to remain quietly in their seats until the scheduled break. Recording devices and photography are prohibited.
Broadway Street doors to the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall open 30 minutes before each rehearsal begins.
All seating is general admission and on the main floor only.