Nowak and Zimerman in Tokyo

The Tokyo New City Orchestra (TNCO) will share the stage with Polish pianist Krystian Zimerman and Polish conductor Grzegorz Nowak on November 1 at the Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall. The program will include Berlioz’s Overture “Roman Carnival” op.9 and Mussorgsky’s  Pictures at an Exhibition (Arr.: Gorchakov). In commemoration of the five year anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake reconstruction, Zimerman will also dedicate a performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.4 in G major, op.58 to the earthquake victims. The program originally included Concerto of Song Offerings for piano solo, choir and orchestra by Eugeniusz Knapik, but the piece was unfortunately withheld due to performing rights.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 | 7 p.m.
Zimerman & Nowak In Concert with the TNCO

Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Admission: ¥ 4,000 – 10,000
Tickets & Info: tnco.or.jp

[Source: parkerartists.comtnco.or.jp]