Pines of Rome

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Pines of Rome

Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos – Conductor
Lise de las Salle – Piano

Perennial audience favorite Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos made his Philadelphia Orchestra (and United States) debut in 1969. This program kicks off a two-week residency, the second of which includes his 150th performance with the Orchestra in Philadelphia. Each season Maestro Frühbeck brings programs that delight and inspire the most exceptional music-making from our Fabulous Philadelphians. This program builds to a boisterous close with Respighi’s epic tone poem The Pines of Rome. This piece is a feast of sound as the orchestra is augmented by organ, a battery of percussion, recorded bird calls, and antiphonal brass choirs throughout the hall. It is a wonderful contrast to the light and humorous Eighth Symphony of Beethoven. The exceptional pianist Lise de la Salle makes her Philadelphia Orchestra debut with Liszt’s impassioned Piano Concerto No. 2.

Event Date and Time :

October 17 and 19 at 20:00, October 18, 14:00

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Pines of Rome
Event Category: Live Music
When: January 1, 1970
Where: The Kimmel Center
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