Boston Philharmonic Orchestra Concert 2 ft. George Li
Music has extraordinary power to heal. Rachmaninoff is a case in point. In 1895 the humiliating failure of his First Symphony precipitated a clinical depression that lasted for five years, during which he was unable to compose. But finally a brilliant experimental hypnotherapist was able to crack the shell, and when he started to compose again – the Second Piano Concerto – the music flowed as never before. That familiar sound world that we associate with his name begins with this work, not before… Show more
The Boston Philharmonic season really is a journey, in which the musicians and the audience explore the music together. In the pre-concert explanations, Benjamin Zander will give you background information and different ways of listening to each work.
30 Gainsborough St.
Boston, MA 02115