Two men, Brahms and Tchaikovsky, both born on May 7, both write a violin concerto in D major in 1878. Now you decide whose concerto triumphs in the Thunderdome.
Back to school never sounded so good. This month, Music Director David Wood has selected a new class of music for your consideration.
"An April concert wouldn’t be complete without a nod to the season. We’re making a full bow."
Johannes Brahms was asked to tour with Hungarian violinist Eduard Hoffman. So it came as little surprise when he created two volumes of Hungarian dances.