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Date & Time Fri, April 26, 2024
8 - 10pm

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Location Symphony Hall, Boston

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Mozart – C Minor Piano Concerto No. 24 K. 491 (Alessandro Deljavan, piano)

Bruckner – Symphony No. 9



Bruckner’s heaven-storming, stubborn, and ultimately sublime final work, his unfinished Ninth Symphony, is as deep and as ecstatic an experience as music has to offer. The gamut of emotions that it runs is extraordinary—as great as that in any Mahler symphony—and the intense beauty that radiates from every bar of the piece leaves very few people unmoved, even those who imagine that they are “allergic” to Bruckner’s music. Every Bruckner performance by Mr. Zander and the BPO, from the very inception of the orchestra, has been a major event, acclaimed equally by audiences and by the press. This is a concert that must not be missed!

We are extraordinarily fortunate in our piano soloist for this performance of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 24. Alessandro Deljavan returns to Boston! Richard Dyer, former Chief Critic of The Boston Globe raved: “Alessandro Deljavan is a keyboard virtuoso with an equally virtuoso brain, ear, and imagination. He plays in a manner that is simultaneously commanding and questioning, shocking and illuminating.”


This is a live concert that will be live-streamed! Be sure to read through our support page for Boston Philharmonic virtual events. Our Live Streams and On Demand events are viewable on computers, smartphones, and tablets. We cannot guarantee that you will be able to view these events on your television at this time.



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