Why See Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra - Vienna and Violin Virtuosity?
Violins, Vienna and Thanksgiving!
A charming Viennese and violin-themed program awaits you at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra this November, with a celebratory tribute to the violin, conducted by Manfred Honeck as part of its annual Thanksgiving celebrations. Guest violinist Noa Wildschut performs Ravel's Tzigane and Chausson's Poeme, while Honeck finishes the evening with a selection of effervescent favorites from the Vienna repertoire.
Sixteen year-old virtuoso Wildschut hails from Holland, and has already won hearts and minds the world over with her impressive skills. She first came to prominence on Dutch TV at only six years old as part of the Kinderprinsengrachtconcert 2007 concert. Last year she signed on with Warner Classics exclusively, with her first release, an all-Mozart album set for release this fall.
Opening night: 24 November 2017
Suitable for ages 8+
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Photo credit: Marco Borggreve
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