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Tugan Sokhiev conducts Rachmaninov and Chausson with Yunchan Lim, piano

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Symphony Hall, Boston, MA

Tugan Sokhiev, conductor
Yunchan Lim, piano

RACHMANINOV Piano Concerto No. 3
CHAUSSON Symphony in B-flat

Friday afternoon’s concert is in memory of Jerome H. Grossman, MD, supported by the Grossman Family.

South Korean pianist Yunchan Lim — the youngest person ever to win the gold medal in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition — joins returning guest conductor Tugan Sokhiev to perform one of the greatest, most popular, and most virtuosic works in the repertoire: Rachmaninoff’s Concerto No. 3, which the composer himself played with the BSO in 1919 and 1935. Sokhiev also leads a rare gem of a piece: French composer Ernest Chausson’s passionate one and only symphony. The Symphony in B-flat (1890) was a favorite of former BSO Music Director Charles Munch, and the BSO last performed it in 1993.

Thursday's concert will end around 9:15pm, Friday's concert will end around 3:13pm, Saturday's performance will end around 9:45pm, and Sunday's concert will end around 3:45pm.

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Feb 18, 2024, 2:00pm EST

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