Why See San Francisco Symphony - Christian Tetzlaff Plays Mozart?
The 'untouchable' Christian Tetzlaff brings his unrivalled artistry to the San Francisco Symphony as they perform Mozart's beautiful and intricate Third Violin Concerto. The programme also includes the thundering Second Symphony from Sibelius and Ravel's gentle and enchanting Le Tombeau de Couperin.
Tetzlaff has become one of the most sought after violinists and most exciting musicians in classical music. Hailing from Germany, this transformative musician has gained world wide recognition for his masterful renditions of some of the most intricate compositions in the world, including Schoenberg's Violin Concerto.
Alongside his sister, Tanja, Tetzlaff won the 2012 Gramophone Award for their chamber recording of Schumann's Piano trios, and his recordings of Schumann's Violin sonatas was named Gramophone's recording of the month in January 2014. Now Tetzlaff travels around the globe making guest performances with the best symphony's in the world!
Opening night: 14 March 2019
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