About This Event
Andris Nelsons leads the BSO and the outstanding English pianist Paul Lewis in Mozart's final piano concerto, a stately work with which Mozart made his last concert appearance as a soloist. Opening the program is the world premiere of a BSO-commissioned orchestral work by New York City-born Julia Adolphe, one of the most vibrant and accomplished young composers in the U.S. Among Dvořák's symphonies, the darkly majestic, masterful Symphony No. 7 is closest to the Germanic tradition and to the music of his onetime mentor Brahms.