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National Symphony Orchestra: Eschenbach returns / Tetzlaff plays Dvořák
Dvořáks exuberant Violin Concerto requires exceptional virtuosity and musicianship. Christian Tetzlaff, whom The New Yorker calls the finest violinist performing before the public today, displays both with elegance and depth. NSO Conductor Laureate Christoph Eschenbach returns to lead the internationally renowned violinist, bringing to life the works powerhouse opening, lyrical slow movement, and spirited finale infused with Slavic cheer. The program also features Dvořáks Carnival Overture and Schumanns Second Symphony, perfect bookends for a memorable evening.