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Kazuki Yamada, conductor
Kazuki Yamada, conductor | © Zuzanna Specjal

Dvořák’s New World Symphony

Thu Feb 16 — Fri Feb 17, 2023

Orchestra Hall

Don’t miss two debuts and music new to Orchestra Hall in this soul-stirring mid-February concert. French pianist Alexandre Kantorow, 2019 winner of the International Tchaikovsky Competition, makes his first appearance on the Orchestra Hall stage, performing Tchaikovsky’s Second Piano Concerto. Japanese conductor Kazuki Yamada makes his debut leading the Orchestra in Tōru Takemitsu’s breathtaking piece, How Slow the Wind, also receiving its first performance here, before taking the Orchestra and audience on an all-time favorite of classical music, through Dvořák’s New World Symphony.

THING TO KNOW

  1. “[Kantorow] is the real deal, a fire-breathing virtuoso with a poetic charm and innate stylistic mastery,” says Gramophone.
  2. At just 25 years old, Alexandre Kantorow is quickly becoming one of the most accomplished young pianists of our time, recently winning the Grand Prix at the 2019 International Tchaikovsky Competition.

Date & Time

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Program

  • TAKEMITSU

    How Slow the Wind

  • TCHAIKOVSKY

    Piano Concerto No. 2

  • DVOŘÁK

    Symphony No. 9, From the New World

Artists

Minnesota Orchestra

Kazuki Yamada

conductor

Alexandre Kantorow

piano

Accessibility Services

  • Armless & Bariatric Chairs
  • Assistive Listening Devices
  • Large-Print Programs
  • Noise-Cancelling Headphones
  • Service Animals
  • Wheelchair & Accessible Seating

Additional services are available upon request.

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