On Friday night, February 14th at 8pm, JPR's Classics & News Service will broadcast the next concert in the series Carnegie Hall Live, featuring the Boston Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Bernard Haitink.
The much-admired maestro welcomes pianist Murray Perahia to the stage for a performance of Schumann's Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 5, and the concert will be rounded out with Henry Purcell/Steven Stucky's Funeral Music for Queen Mary, and the Symphony No. 4 of Johannes Brahms.
In partnership with Carnegie Hall and WQXR, Carnegie Hall Live is a season of “must-have” classical music events, broadcast live from the nation’s most famous concert hall. The series includes concerts from all three of Carnegie Hall’s iconic stages: Weill Recital Hall, Zankel Hall and Stern Auditorium.
Tune in Friday night, February 14th at 8pm for Carnegie Hall Live with The Boston Symphony Orchestra on the Classics & News Service.