Masterworks V

A Grand Finale

April 10, 2022 at 3pm

Collins Center for the Arts

Lucas Richman, conductor
Roberto Plano, piano

A blockbuster program of Dvořák, Beethoven and Borodin marks the end of a celebratory season

What’s Interesting About This Concert

  • Italian pianist Roberto Plano makes his BSO debut in Beethoven’s magnificent Piano Concerto. No. 4
  •  Dvořák’s Carnival Overture was part of his “Nature, Life, and Love” trilogy of overtures, forming the second part, “Life”
  • The Polovtsian Dances come from Borodin’s opera Prince Igor, adopted from an ancient Russian epic, and are often performed separately as an orchestral showcase

The Program

  • Antonín Dvořák  | Carnival Overture
  • Ludwig van Beethoven|Piano Concerto No. 4, G major, Op. 58, Roberto Plano, piano
  • Alexander BorodinPolovtsian Dances


Digital Access: April 12 to April 26, 2022

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