Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio

Conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev
Piano Andrei Korobeinikov

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 1 Winter Daydreams
Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 1
Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4

There’s Muscovite magic casting its spell over the start (and close) of our season. And who more qualified to shoulder the Tchaikovsky stopover in our groundbreaking Symphony Project than an orchestra that proudly bears his name?

Tchaikovsky wraps up warm for a wintry journey in his symphonic debut, and battles fate in No. 4 with its folk-song-fuelled finale and champagne cork-popping Scherzo. In between there’s the concerto with which the young Prokofiev bagged the Anton Rubinstein Prize – and to play it a multi-prize-winning pianist described as ‘nothing short of miraculous’ by the San Francisco Classical Voice.

Read Alexandra Hamilton-Ayres’s review of this concert on Bachtrack

This concert is part of the Symphony Project

Pre-concert interview: Andrei Korobeinikov
6.25pm, free with a concert ticket to the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio.

Enhance your experience

Chamber Concert: Tchaikovsky
Tuesday 1 October, The Lantern, 7.30pm
Tickets:  £12.90 (or £8.60 including booking fee when bought with a ticket to this concert)


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