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Temirkanov conducts Tchaikovsky at the Royal Festival Hall – 20th October 2016

Sergey Khachatryan Violin Photo: Marco Borggreve

Acclaimed conductor Yuri Temirkanov leads the Philharmonia Orchestra in a programme that begins with Glazunov’s Concert Waltz,  Sibelius lyrical Violin Concerto and Tchaikovsky’s Fifth symphony which marked his ‘complete resignation before Fate’. Fate winds unrelenting through each movement, interrupting a love song, cutting in on a waltz and finally taking on the form of a march into the blazing finale.

Programme

Alexander Glazunov: Concert Waltz No.2 in F, Op.51

Jean Sibelius: Violin Concerto

Interval

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.5

Performers

Philharmonia Orchestra

Yuri Temirkanov conductor

Sergey Khachatryan violin

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