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Bertrand Chamayou Plays Chopin

NATHAN CARSON
7:30 pm Saturday-Sunday., Saturday March 22 | $27-$110.
 
[PIANO CONCERTO] The Oregon Symphony is helping nurture the next generation of classical superstars. Even younger than last week’s featured violinist, Hilary Hahn, is pianist Bertrand Chamayou. This award-winning French ivory-tickler joins the symphony for a presentation of moody Chopin classic Piano Concerto No. 2, dreamed up in 1830, when the composer was only 20 years old. Tonight’s program also starts with an early work by Olivier Messiaen, the distinctly edgy “Forgotten Offerings and ends on a more staid note with Brahms’ Symphony No 4

Where: Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Phone: 248-4335
Address: 1037 SW Broadway
Website: www.pcpa.com

 
 
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