Why See Seattle Symphony - Rachmaninov Untuxed?
One of the greats
One of the most beautiful pieces in the repertoire, Rachmaninov's Second Piano Concerto displays an irresistible duality - beneath the flourishes and gorgeous melodies lies a deep well of emotion. Completed after a period of writers block and depression, it represents a stunning return to form and has gone on to become one of the composers most in demand.
Joining the Seattle Symphony as led by conductor Gustavo Gimeno, Georgian pianist Khatia Buniatishvili will step up to ivories to give a compelling and tender interpretation.
With appearances in popular culture everywhere from the songs of Celine Dion to Brief Encounter, attending a recital of this enduring work often proves transformative for an audience, be they first timers or seasoned veterans!
Performance date: 30 November 2018
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