Dmitry Shostakovich (1906–1975): Piano Concerto no. 1 C minor op. 35
Antonín Dvořák (1841–1904): Symphony no. 7 D minor op. 70
Please note that this concert is performed with a modified programme at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. to accomodate reduced audience capacity and safety distance requirements set by Finnish officials. Please arrive on the alternate starting time listed on your ticket.
Shostakovich’s first piano concerto features renowned Russian pianist Dmitry Masleev in his debut performance in Finland. The concerto gives the trumpet an equally solistic role. The featured trumpetist is Tampere Philharmonic’s own Alessandro Chiavetta. Dvořák’s Seventh is often featured in lists of the greatest 19th century symphonies. It is a nationalistic piece that draws on the composer’s love for his Czech heritage. The orchestra is led by conductor Joshua Weilerstein, praised internationally for his intense and fluid conducting style.
|Basic Ticket||28 €|
|Student, Unemployed or Conscript||15 €|
|Children (5 to 16 yrs.)||8 €|
Single ticket sales begin on August 16th at 9 am.