Greenville Symphony Orchestra: Springtime for Schuman(n)s and Mediterranean Nights

cl-WEB-marina-kolomiitseva-150Two programs from the Greenville Symphony Orchestra's Masterworks and Chamber series make up this edition of the show, recorded in March, 2011. From Springtime for Schuman(n)s, there’s the Romantic “Spring” Symphony by Robert Schumann teamed with the a 20th century work by the American composer William Schuman. The concert begins with Tchaikovsky’s much less well-known Piano Concerto No. 2 with pianist Marina Kolomiitseva. Rounding out the show is a highlight from another concert program, Mediterranean Nights: a distinctive arrangement of themes from Bizet’s popular opera by the Soviet era composer Rodion Schedrin.
Listen to the entire program: Greenville Symphony Orchestra: Springtime for Schuman(n)s and Mediterranean Nights



Billboard and introduction to William Schuman's Newsreel (In Five Shots) - Lauren Rico



William Schuman: Newsreel (In Five Shots)
Greenville Symphony Orchestra
Edward Tchivzhel, conductor



Introduction to Schumann's Symphony No. 1 - Lauren Rico



Robert Schumann: Symphony No. 1 “Spring”
Greenville Symphony Orchestra
Edward Tchivzhel, conductor



Introduction to Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 2 - Lauren Rico



Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 2
Marina Kolomiitseva, piano
Greenville Symphony Orchestra
Edward Tchivzhel, conductor



Introduction to Carmen Suite - Lauren Rico



Bizet/Shchedrin: Carmen Suite
Greenville Symphony Orchestra
Edward Tchivzhel, conductor



End of the show - Lauren Rico