Mariinsky OrchestraValery Gergiev conductor


Symphony no. 7, op. 60, "Leningrad" Dmitry Shostakovich

This event can not take place due to the restrictions regarding COVID-19. BOZAR is trying to find a new date for the event in mutual agreement with our partners. If you have already purchased a ticket for the event, you can find all necessary information here.

The Seventh Symphony, also known as the Leningrad Symphony, which was partly composed by Shostakovich in the city besieged by German troops, is a vibrant tribute to the unbroken spirit of its people. It is now one of the most popular symphonic works in the 20th century repertoire. Legendary conductor, Valery Gergiev, brings his Mariinsky Orchestra from spring-time Saint Petersburg to the Henry Le Boeuf Hall. Be warned: the powerful brass notes at the end of this symphony will reverberate for some time afterwards!

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    Tuesday May 12 at 7 pm BOZAR and Stay Home with Russian Seasons invite you to listen to the concert of the Mariinsky Orchestra conducted by its eminent conductor Valery Gergiev in the context of Russian Turn.

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