His music is at once romantic and modern. The Russian master who spent his twilight years in America. Now, 70 years after his passing, Marin Alsop explores how Rachmaninoff’s music moves us more deeply than ever with the help of piano great Garrick Ohlsson.
Event begins at 8:15PM
Presented by: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Featured Artist(s): Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
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