Why See St. Louis Symphony - Night on Bald Mountain?
When shall we three meet again?
The St. Louis Symphony launch a marvelous all-Russian program with Mussorgsky's unmissable epic. Based on Russian folklore, it depicts the gathering of witches and fantasy folk for a celebration on Bald Mountain on St. John's Eve. Famously featured in Disney's Fantasia, it is a truly enchanting and memorable experience for any concert-goer.
The evening also welcomes the STL Symphony debut of Armenian Cellist Narek Hakhnazaryan lending his talents to Tchaikovsky's Nocturne for Cello and Orchestra and climaxes with Rachmaninoff's glittering The Bells with the St. Louis Symphony Chorus. A large-scale piece evoking glory of church bell, it was also inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's poem of the same name.
Performance date: 20 April 2018
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