Andrey Boreyko conducts Lutosławski and Tchaikovsky
Orchestre de Paris
Under Andrey Boreyko's baton, the Orchestre de Paris performs a 100% Western European programme, from Lutosławski's Poland to Tchaikovsky's Russia.
By Lutosławski, we hear the Concerto for orchestra conducted by Andrey Boreyko, a specialist of 20th-century musics. Composed in the 1950s after those by Hindemith (1925), Kodály (1939) and Bartók (1943), this 3-movement concerto "for orchestra" was partly composed after famous Polish folk music themes.
The orchestra then closes the concert with Tchaikovsky's Suite for orchestra No. 3, written between the composer's fourth and fifth symphonies.
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This performance was first broadcast live on medici.tv on June 12, 2013.
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Movie director : Olivier Spiro
Duration : 01 h 18 min
Location : Salle Pleyel (Paris, France)
Production date : 2013
Production : © LGM Télévision – Orchestre de Paris