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Jakub Hrůša conducts Dvořák and Janáček

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Symphony Hall, Boston, MA

Czech conductor Jakub Hrůša is joined by the Tanglewood Festival Chorus in its first BSO concerts since February 2020 in Leoš Janáček’s Glagolitic Mass an affirmation of the composer’s deep-seated identity as a Czech composer and as a Slav. Its music style is colored by Slavic traditional and sacred music, and sounds both ancient and very modern. Opening the program is Janáček’s great Czech predecessor Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 6. One of the finest of Romantic symphonies, it was written for the prestigious Vienna Philharmonic and conductor Hans Richter.

Jakub Hrůša, conductor with his arms crossed, holding a baton and smiling

Performance Details

Feb 3, 2022, 8:00pm EST

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