"My favorite song by Leonard Bernstein that not too many people know."
2022–2023 SERIES: Spotlight on Women Artists
Free Pre-Concert Preview Series!
February 10th, Friday, at 1:30 pm
Enhance your concert experience with a sneak preview — Composers come alive and their passions take center stage when ESO Maestro Lawrence Eckerling take you on an insider’s tour of the history and highlights behind the music.
Meet our soloist, Irina Muresanu, at Musical Insights. She and our Maestro Lawrence Eckerling will explore the concert program in depth.
Friday, February 10th at 1:30 pm,
Merion's Crystal Ballroom at
529 Davis St, Evanston.
FREE and open to the public.
Please RSVP to 847-570-7815.
Light refreshments will be served and casual tours of apartments will be available after the program.
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"The whole video is great, but I’m particularly blown away with Vivaldi Summer from the Four Seasons…He is playing and 'leading' (conducting?). He is TEN. The Vivaldi starts at 4:21."
"Virtuosic Piano. This short arrangement and performance are stunning spectacles, both musically and technically. It was often used as an encores by Gyorgy Cziffra, who created the arrangement!"
"This video is extraordinary, because it demonstrates how important the face of a conductor is to an orchestra. Leonard Bernstein is using ONLY his face to portray the musical meaning of the piece. No arms! It also reveals how many emotions are actually contained in a piece of great music!"