Orpheus Chamber Orchestra: Live from Carnegie Hall with Rudolf Buchbinder

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Saturday, March 19, 2011

WQXR brings you a live broadcast of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra from Carnegie Hall onĀ Saturday, March 19 at 8 pm. Pianist Rudolf Buchbinder joins the orchestra for Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 2 in D minor. Mozart's Symphony No. 39 in E-flat Major rounds out the program, which also features works by Albert Roussel and Fred Lerdhal.

Program Details

Albert Roussel - Concerto for Small Orchestra, Op. 34

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 2 in D minor, K. 466

Fred Lerdhal - Waves

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Symphony No. 39 in E-flat Major, K. 543

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Comments [6]

Da Ping Luo

to answer your question about the dedication piece, it was Faure's Pavane.

Mar. 22 2011 10:14 AM
Dave from nyc

Beautiful concert! I'd also like to know what the initial piece dedicated to Japan was.

Mar. 21 2011 02:51 PM
Urs-Rainer von Arx

That was a pretty amazing concert, very beautifully played and excellently recorded - any way to buy a download?

Mar. 20 2011 09:49 PM

Great concert. What was the initial piece played that was dedicated to the Japanese people in their desperate present state??

Mar. 19 2011 10:40 PM
amykauai from NYC/Hawaii

Excellent program, thank you!

Mar. 19 2011 09:32 PM

Mr. Rudolph Buchbinder just said that Beethoven never liked Mozart! Sorry, I know it says be civil, but this is information a person on his level shoud be fully acquainted with. Any Beethoven biography will releive him from the fix he's in.

Mar. 19 2011 09:31 PM

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