Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

Wed Feb 13, 8pm
Presented by: Washington Performing Arts
Venue: The Kennedy Center
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Tickets · $80-125
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Lauded as the “Number One Orchestra in the World” by Gramophone, the acclaimed Royal Concertgebouw returns to D.C. with a program evoking emperors and heroes. The “brilliant musician and an extraordinary visionary” (Wall Street Journal) Pierre-Laurent Aimard joins the orchestra for Beethoven’s show-stopping “Emperor” Concerto. Then Daniele Gatti makes the most of the orchestra’s “rich sound, especially its mellow, full-bodied string section” (New York Times) in Strauss’s famed heroic tone poem Ein Heldenleben, which was originally dedicated to the RCO.
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Music Music: Classical

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