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Christoph Eschenbach conducts Bruckner 9, Beethoven and Bernard Rands

Exuding authority, Christoph Eschenbach conducts a brooding and overpowering performance of Bruckner’s final symphony. This closed a memorable concert featuring Beethoven’s Egmont Overture, as well as a work by Chicago-based composer Bernard Rands based on the work of Samuel Beckett. To round out of the program, we reprise Sir Mark Elder’s reading of a work by Tchaikovsky.

Donald Runnicles in Performance at Symphony Hall 5.6.07

Runnicles conducts Mahler 5

Mahler’s Fifth Symphony features every section of the orchestra, says conductor Donald Runnicles. It’s second on this program, with concertmaster…


Stéphane Denève conducts Berlioz and Shostakovich (with James Ehnes)

Symphonie fantastique is the centerpiece of this week’s program, with additional audio material included from the Beyond the Score production…


Boulez conducts Bartók

We honor Pierre Boulez on the occasion of his 90th birthday March 26 with this program drawn from CSO concerts…


De Waart conducts Strauss

Four works by Richard Strauss fill the program today.

Cynthia Yeh, principal percussionist, takes a featured turn in the concerto Veni, Veni, Emmanuel.  | © Todd Rosenberg Photography 2014

CSO Radio Listings, April-June 2015

During these months, we will have programs devoted to Maestro Muti’s and the CSO’s exploration of Tchaikovsky and Scriabin, two…

Yefim Bronfman (left) and the CSO's John Sharp bow after the Brahms Piano Concerto No 2. | © Todd Rosenberg Photography 2015

CSO Radio listings, July-September 2015

(Above: Pianist Yefim Bronfman and CSO Principal Cello John Sharp share a bow after a performance of Brahms’ Second Piano…