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Work: Serenade after Plato's "Symposium", for solo violin, strings, harp, and percussion

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ComposerBernstein, Leonard (1918-1990)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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MilanThe Symposium

Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano
Bernstein, Mendelssohn
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano; Kolja Blacher; Javier Comesaña

St LouisBernstein & SibeliusWorld premiere

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Lee III, Bernstein, Sibelius
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra; Stéphane Denève; James Ehnes

BucharestBerlin Academy of American Music / Garrett Keast

Artexim - George Enescu International Competition
Shaw, Bernstein, Stravinsky, Copland
Berlin Academy of American Music; Garrett Keast; Mihaela Martin

MinneapolisAmerican Symphonies and Serenade

Mazzoli, Bernstein, Dawson
Minnesota Orchestra; Dalia Stasevska; Erin Keefe
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Janine Jansen shows Bernstein at his best in the Zurich Tonhalle

Jansen lights up the Tonhalle with Bernstein's Serenade, while Paavo Järvi conducts Bruckner's Third Symphony. 
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Andris Nelsons makes no apologies for Shostakovich's Third Symphony, allowing it to blare, blaze, and bloviate as written.
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Ahead of Valentine's Day, the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal presented a concert centered on “symphonic love”.
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Native sons Samy Moussa and Andrew Wan combine their considerable talents for a sensational world premiere of a violin concerto that was commissioned by the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal.
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Nelsons and the Boston Symphony stare into the abyss

Another Bernstein concerto-in-all-but-name followed by Shostakovich, this time with the Boston Symphony flexing their muscles. 
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