CZECH NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA DEBUT AT CARNEGIE HALL WITH ROBERT McDUFFIEEditors Choice
Direct from Prague – the Czech National Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 30 th anniversary with a debut performance at Carnegie Hall this Thursday (February 16.) From the concert hall to the cinema soundstage, the Orchestra has garnered international renown.
For this performance, Music Director Steven Mercurio conducts music of Dvořák, and Beethoven’s mighty “Eroica.”
Also, acclaimed violinist Robert McDuffie plays Brahms’ impassioned Violin Concerto. “He’s a treasure. A musician of probing intelligence, a violinist of authority, and a force of great vitality…” San Francisco Chronicle
Tickets start at just $35. Slipped Disc readers can enjoy a 25% discount on all
other priced tickets with this discount code: CNO39878.
Czech National Symphony Orchestra
Steven Mercurio, Music Director
Robert McDuffie, Violin
DVOŘÁK Furiant from “Czech Suite”
BRAHMS Violin Concerto
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 3 “Eroica”