The Details: The incomparable Chee-Yun returns by popular demand performing Saint-Saëns popular Introduction & Rondo capriccioso, with its contrasting lyrical sections and virtuosic fireworks and his Havanaise, based on the Habanera. While languid in mood, the piece sports bursts of virtuosity. Ms Yun finishes with the undeniably unforgettable Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen.
The Symphony concludes the evening with Beethoven’s Eroica, one of the major milestones in the development of this trademark “Beethoven style” where we first see the breadth, depth, orchestration, and spirit that mark a breaking away from the pretty, melodically pleasing melodies of earlier periods.
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