Fri., Oct. 18, 2019
Sat., Oct. 19, 2019
Sun., Oct. 20, 2019
Prokofiev | Suite from Lieutenant Kijé
Khachaturian | Violin Concerto in D minor
Shostakovich | Symphony No. 9
John DeMain, Conductor
Rachel Barton Pine, Violin
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Enjoy a 30-minute talk by music experts starting one hour before each concert in Overture Hall. Free to ticketholders.
Hear three brilliant Soviet composers prove they deserve their wild popularity. Ms. Pine appears in her Madison Symphony debut, one long overdue!
About Rachel Barton Pine
Heralded as a leading interpreter of the great classical masterworks, international concert violinist Rachel Barton Pine thrills audiences with her dazzling technique, lustrous tone and emotional honesty. With an infectious joy in music-making and a passion for connecting historical research to performance, Pine transforms audiences’ experiences of classical music. Pine has appeared as soloist with many of the world’s most prestigious ensembles, including the Chicago and Vienna Symphonies, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic, and Camerata Salzburg. Her festival appearances have included Marlboro, Wolf Trap, Vail, Ravinia, Davos, and Salzburg. She holds prizes from several of the world’s leading competitions, including a gold medal at the 1992 J.S. Bach International Violin Competition in Leipzig, Germany. In addition to Pine’s recital programs, she regularly gives single evening performances of the six Bach Sonatas and Partitas, the 24 Paganini Caprices, and the complete Brahms Sonatas.
An exciting, boundary-defying performer. Pine displays power and confidence that put her in the top echelon. – The Washington Post
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