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The earthy melodies and unbridled passion of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto may have confounded nineteenth-century critics, but these are the qualities which ultimately made it a cornerstone of the Romantic repertoire.
HSO Concertmaster Josh Holritz performs as soloist in this program which also includes Prokofiev’s music for the 1934 Soviet film Lieutenant Kijé, and perhaps the most famous of all concert overtures, Tchaikovsky’s majestic The Year 1812.
Prokofiev Lieutenant Kijé Suite
Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture
Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto
Josh Holritz, violin
This concert is part of our Classical Series
The HSO Classical Series celebrates timeless classics while exploring fresh new music by emerging composers of our time. Our Classical Series brings generations together through a variety of performances. New to classical? You’d be surprised what pieces you know!
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HSO Concertmaster (since 2022); Associate Concertmaster, Chattanooga Symphony & Opera (since 2014) Performances with Atlanta, Nashville, and Charleston Symphony Orchestras; previous memberships, Glens Falls and Greensboro Symphony Orchestras. Instructor of Violin and Viola, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga; Adjunct Professor, Covenant College; faculty, Bay View Music Festival