Théâtre des Champs Élysées

Orchestre de chambre de Paris
Lawrence Foster  direction
Momo Kodama  piano
Deborah Nemtanu  violin  

A Romantic evening with Schubert's first two symphonies and Chopin's Concerto No.2 with its message of love

Schubert  Symphony No. 1 D. 82
Chopin  Piano Concerto No. 2
Dvořák  4 Romantic Pieces for violin and piano
Schubert  Symphony No. 2 D. 125

Chopin’s Piano concerto in F minor is dedicated to the Romantic soul – in this case, the soul of a 20-year old composer about to leave his native Poland never to return. He dedicates his score to his first love, Constance Gladkowska, a student at the Warsaw Conservatoire. From the very first notes of the Concerto, the listener is plunged into a tale of passion, which reveals its full depth in the slow movement. This is one of the most beautiful melodies in the entire piano repertoire, a heart-rendingly emotional love song. Echoing this awakening to romantic passion, Schubert’s Symphony No. 1 – the work of a teenager – rings with equally youthful freshness and is imbued with optimism for the future.


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