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Someone finally dared to perform the Pathétique Symphony without pathos. Eventually, the interpreter of Prokofiev was not Alexander Toradze; the young soloist who was his understudy nevertheless earned the title of the greatest musician of the decade. Review.

Yesterday, Iván Fischer introduced the concert at the Palace of Arts with a speech belying stand-up comedians. The BFO’s concert was opened with Polovtsian Dances from Borodin’s opera entitled Prince Igor. The performance was accompanied by the Czech Philharmonic Choir (choirmaster: Petr Fiala), whose singing represented the voice of slaves and warriors of Khan Konchak.


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