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Andrey Boreyko conducts Lutosławski and Tchaikovsky

Orchestre de Paris

Andrey Boreyko conducts Lutosławski and Tchaikovsky Orchestre de Paris


Under Andrey Boreyko's baton, the Orchestre de Paris performs a 100% Western European program, 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.

The broadcast of the concert is sponsored by BMW, the official sponsor of the Cercle de l'Orchestre de Paris.


  • Witold Lutosławski, Concerto for Orchestra
    • 1. Intrada
    • 2. Capriccio notturno e arioso
    • 3. Passacaglia, Toccata e Corale
  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Suite for Orchestra No. 3 in G Major, Op. 55
    • 1. Andantino molto cantabile
    • 2. Valse mélancolique
    • 3. Scherzo
    • 4. Tema con variazioni


  • Directed by:
    • Olivier Spiro
  • Venue: Salle Pleyel (Paris, France)
  • Production date: 2013
  • Duration: 1 h 18 min
  • Production: © LGM Télévision – Orchestre de Paris
  • Available version(s): EN

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