Lindberg, Lalo & Brahms 4
Dec 2 - Dec 4, 2021
Lindberg, Lalo & Brahms 4

Overview

In his 2019 CSO subscription debut, Ray Chen “conjured the archetypal 19th-century virtuoso” and “combined vivid rhetoric with impeccable technique” (Chicago Tribune). Chen returns to present Lalo’s salute to the vigorous and sultry dance rhythms of Spain. A new work by renowned Finnish composer Magnus Lindberg and Brahms' richly autumnal Fourth Symphony complete this program led by Finnish conductor Hannu Lintu.

Program
Lindberg

Serenades [World Premiere, CSO Co-commission]

Lalo

Symphonie espagnole

Encore

Paganini Caprice No. 21

Brahms

Symphony No. 4

Sponsors

Lindberg Serenades, World Premiere, co-commissioned by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Radio France through the Helen Zell Commissioning Program.


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