The Music Center at Strathmore
Marin Alsop, conductor
Lukás Vondrácek, piano

Stirred by Brahms’ Third Symphony, Dvorák
vowed to make his Seventh Symphony
“capable of moving the world.” The resulting
Symphony in D Minor explores moods of
tragedy and pastoral refl ection. Considered
by some to be Dvorák’s greatest symphony,
it is paired with the composer’s lilting,
cheerful Scherzo capriccioso. Both works
provide a striking contrast with the poetic
restraint of Chopin’s First Piano Concerto.

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