Ravel Piano Concerto in G Major
Mahler Symphony No. 1
Guest Artist: Winston Choi, Piano
Kirk Muspratt, Music Director & Conductor

Ravel’s Piano Concerto is considered a colorful tour-de-force composed with the influences of spirituals and jazz. Our piano-cam makes every seat an up-close view of the mesmerizing piano mastery of Chicago’s virtuoso Winston Choi. Maestro Muspratt conducts Mahler’s Symphony No. 1, an epic musical journey overflowing with images of nature, bursting with emotion and ending in triumph. Mahler wrote, “A symphony must be like the world. It must embrace everything,” and his first symphony meets that ideal.

“There doesn’t appear to be anything Choi can’t play – and with virtuosic panache, to boot.” John von Rhein – Chicago Tribune

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