Maestro Yuri Temirkanov Returns to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Rachmaninoff & Tchaikovsk

By James Knight on Mar 12, 2016 09:41 PM EST

Maestro Yuri Temirkanov is returning to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for Rachmaninoff & Tchaikovsky: Temirkanov Returns. The famed Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, will be paying homage to two of Russia’s finest composers, with Denis Matsuev on the Piano.

The official Boston Symphony Orchestra description for the upcoming event reads:

“At the heart of BSO's Centennial celebrations, Music Director Emeritus Yuri Temirkanov brings authenticity and passion to two classics of the Russian repertoire. Tchaikovsky lays bare his soul in the fourth symphony, which combines fragile beauty and brassy bombast. First Prize winner of the Tchaikovsky Piano Competition, Denis Matsuev proves himself the equal to Rachmaninoff’s famous, bravura concerto.”

Performance dates and venue halls are listed below.

Thursday, March 17, 8 pm: Strathmore

There will be a pre-concert lecture Thu, Mar 17, 6:30 pm: Strathmore

Friday, March 18, 8 pm: Meyerhoff

Saturday, March 19, 8 pm: Meyerhoff

Fans of Rachmaninoff may want to check out Dave Malloy’s Preludes. The musical blends classic Rachmaninoff compositions with new music added by Malloy. The story revolves around Rachmaninoff’s failed First Symphony and the three year creative drought that resulted from it.

The Original Cast Recording of Preludes is available now on Ghostlight Records and be purchased now at or everywhere music is sold.

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