An icon of the music world, and long-time Philadelphia Orchestra collaborator Charles Dutoit travels west for this concert in the City of Angels.
It's the almost-a-symphony! Brahms was so gun-shy about writing a "Symphony" that he wrote one and called it a piano concerto instead.
Set aside any ideas you may have about Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto or how well the violin can be played (not kidding) because Kavakos has set a new standard.
There is nothing like the feeling of escaping winter and landing in a tropical location. In his own way, Beethoven also knew that feeling so it's only appropriate that the Cleveland Orchestra feature his vacation oeuvre during their winter residency in Miami.