Vancouver Symphony Orchestra: Otto Tausk Conducts Brahms and Dvořák

  • Times: Saturday and Monday at 8:00PM/Sunday at 2:00PM
  • Location: Orpheum Theatre
  • Address:
  • 800 Block Granville Street
  • Vancouver, BC V6B 2P1

Saturday, January 13 and Monday, January 15, 2018 at 8:00pm
Sunday, January 14, 2017 at 2:00pm

Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver

Music Director Designate Maestro Otto Tausk returns to the VSO, conducting a beautiful program of classics, including one of the greatest symphonies of them all, a work that emerged triumphantly from under the shadow of Beethoven's mighty Ninth Symphony. Brahms struggled mightily with the idea of writing a symphony in the wake of Beethoven's Ninth, feeling that music had been perfected in that great work. He finally worked up the courage after twenty years of delay; and his Symphony No. 1 was worth the wait, a stunning symphonic statement that in many ways picked up where Beethoven left off.

Dvořák's Cello Concerto is perhaps the best-loved of the "big five" cello concerti, a beautiful work that is not consumed by flashy solo parts, but seamlessly and brilliantly integrates the cello and orchestra into a dynamic, lyrical and rewarding dialogue.

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Vancouver Symphony Orchestra: Otto Tausk Conducts Brahms and Dvořák
800 Block Granville Street