rediscovering a once-forgotten gem
October 17, 2008
Georges Bizet's Symphony in C sat on a shelf at the Paris Conservatory for 80 years before it was discovered. Bizet wrote it while he was a student there. The world didn't find out about it until long after his death. We'll hear a performance of this teen-aged masterpiece by the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra in New York City.
Divertissement from the Sextet for Wind Quintet and Piano
Pianist Charles Wadsworth with musicians from the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
March from "The Love for Three Oranges"
Violinist Joshua Bell and pianist Jeremy Denk
Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth, Texas
Ekaterina Walter Kune
"Fantasy on Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin"
Harpist Emmanuel Ceysson
Performing Arts Center, Athens, Georgia
Symphony in C
The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Isaac Stern Auditorium, New York City
Georg Philipp Telemann
"Gulliver Suite in D for Two Violins"
Violinists Ida Kavafian and Arnaud Sussman
The New York Society for Ethical Culture, New York City Hour 2
"Magical Bag" from the ballet, "Spalicek"
The Prague Chamber Orchestra
Selections from "Nais"
The Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra and Chorus
Boston Early Music Festival, Boston
Quintet for Winds, Op. 43
The Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet
Modlin Center for the Arts, Richmond, Virginia
Symphony in F
The Prague Chamber Orchestra with conductor Pavel Safarik
Dvorak Hall, Prague, Czech Republic