The follow announcement is excerpted from BSO web site. Here is program note.
At the heart of the BSO's November 8-10 program-led by Costa Rican conductor Giancarlo Guerrero, and featuring Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov in his BSO debut-are two powerhouse Russian works: Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1, a fan-favorite and repertoire staple, and Prokofiev's Symphony No. 5, described as a "hymn to free and happy Man," which the composer wrote in 1944 amidst the chaos of World War II. Puerto Rican-born composer Roberto Sierra's colorful Fandangos for orchestra (2000) opens the program.
Last month, Daniil Trifonov performed a debut recital as Celebrity Boston at pickman hall, Longy school of music of Bard College. He will perform with Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) at Boston symphony hall this weekend. The reason that I want to share this concert is that at that time we could not attend to his performance in Pickman Hall, because Daniil Trifonov’s recital was already sold out. If you have a BSO college card, you can pick up from Monday, November 5. Or, you can acquire rush tickets with cheap price on the performance days, if you are full of patience. However, there is no way to guarantee the ability of rush tickets.
I think it would be good opportunity to experience his performance and Boston Symphony Hall at the same time!
•Thursday, November 8, 8PM
•Friday, November 9, 1:30PM
•Saturday, November 10, 8PM
Boston Symphony Hall Boston MA
** Wikipedia Ideas:
1. Pianist Eda Shylam, My former teacher
2. Galilee Ensemble ( My father's leader of ensemble )
3. Seunghee Yang ( Violinist, South Korea)