Tchaikovsky composed his monumental Symphony No. 5 between May and August 26, 1888, conducting the premiere himself in Saint Petersburg on November 17 that year. Before writing it, he described the piece as representing “bowing to fate,” although he later changed his mind. The piece features the magnificent scoring and gorgeous melody that Tchaikovsky is known for.
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Friday, May 20, 2016 8PM
Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5
Music from opera "Eugene Onegin"
Vladimir Chernov, Baritone
Vladimir Dmitruk, Tenor
Golda Berkman, Soprano
SYMPHONY NO. 5
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St. Monica Catholic Church
Artistic Director, Daniel Suk
Presenting world class musical performances
Golda Berkman, soprano
will sing "letter scene."
Valdimir Dmitruk, tenor will sing "Kuda Kuda."
Vladimir Chernov, baritone will sing the Onegin's Aria.
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