OK, so maybe I'm being a wee bit theatrical ("Never miss an opportunity to theatricalize," as they say in "Master Class"). But, seriously folks, take this concert -- please.
For one thing, you'll get to hear a richly atmospheric, deeply lyrical symphony by Kevin Puts, this year's Pulitzer-winner for music.
There's also an interpretation of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto by Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg that you'll have to hear to believe (I heard it, and I still don't believe it).
And, as if that's not enough for one program, there's an account of Stravinksy's "Rite of Spring" that sets a new benchmark for Marin Alsop's tenure with the BSO.
I'll have more to say about all of this -- I know these few paltry lines won't satisfy you -- as soon as I can.
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