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Italian conductor extraordinaire Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's season-long celebration of the 250th anniversary of Beethoven continues! Alongside performances of DREAM, the world premiere CSO commission written by Pulitzer-winning contemporary composer Bernard Rands, and Liszt's dramatic symphonic poem Mazeppa, the ensemble welcomes internationally decorated violin virtuoso Leonidas Kavakos for a stirring rendition of Beethoven's Violin Concerto.
Winner of the prestigious 2017 Leonie Sonning Music Prize, Kavakos is no stranger to collaborations with the world's leading orchestra's thanks to his technical prowess, high quality of musicianship and deeply emotional connection to the music he plays. There is said to be no violinists alive that can match Kavakos in accuracy, speed of harmonics and tonal variety.
Performance date: 2 November 2019
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