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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Virginia Beach, VA, Estados Unidos

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Vivid tone painting from Gavrylyuk and Falletta

Alexander Gavrylyuk and the Virginia Symphony © David Beloff
Pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk delivers a knockout Rachmaninov Paganini Rhapsody while JoAnn Falletta and the Virginia Symphony Orchestra and Chorus present memorable Tchaikovsky and Ravel scores.

Russo-Finnish favorites from JoAnn Falletta leading the VSO

JoAnn Falletta © Brendan Bannon
A fresh take on timeless classics keeps the interest high in this concert featuring cellist Julian Schwarz and conductor JoAnn Falletta leading the Virginia Symphony Orchestra.

A French touch: Falletta, Lefèvre and VSO present Gallic creations.

JoAnn Falletta © Fred Stucker
A rare concerto and a familiar choral work anchor a Virginia Symphony concert that celebrates the French musical spirit.

Two discoveries at the Virginia Symphony

JoAnn Falletta © Cheryl Gorski
Young countertenor Aryah Nussbaum Cohen steps in at the last minute to premiere Kenneth Fuchs’ fascinating new composition Poems of Life.

JoAnn Falletta pulls out all the stops in Mahler Five

JoAnn Falletta and the Virginia Symphony deliver a poetic and powerful Mahler Fifth Symphony, plus a Glazunov Violin Concerto that positively sparkled.

Dynamic Tchaikovsky from Paremski in Virginia

Contrasting Hungarian musical portraits from Dohnányi and Bartók anchored JoAnn Falletta’s latest Virginia Symphony concerts, coupled with a Tchaikovsky piano concerto that was long on bravura but short on poetry.