Oct 25 – 31

Joshua Bell Performs Bernstein's Serenade

Bernstein’s Philharmonic: A Centennial Festival

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Part of Bernstein's Philharmonic: A Centennial Festival

 

Superstar violinist Joshua Bell leads off Bernstein’s Philharmonic performing the composer-conductor’s Serenade, the almost-violin-concerto Bernstein himself called a “timeless dinner party,” with all the guests in philosophical conversation, weighing in on the subject of love — charming, humorous, joyful. Alan Gilbert also conducts the profound and powerful Jeremiah Symphony.

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