Immerse yourself in the music of Tchaikovsky this January with The Philadelphia Orchestra!
Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 opens with an ominous fanfare
suggesting the arrival of fate, taking us on an emotional journey
toward an exhilarating affirmation of life’s many joys.
The great Rococo Variations are a showpiece for cello and orchestra.
Tchaikovsky's expressive Serenade for Strings features that glorious
sound of the Philadelphia strings.
The Violin Concerto stands as one of the greatest works ever written
for the instrument. An essential part of the violin repertoire, its Russian
folk melodies and driving rhythms give this work a universal appeal.