The San Francisco Symphony rehearses on October 17, 2012 with Russian conductor Vladimir Jurowski leading the Orchestra, soloists Elena Zaremba and Andrey Breus, and the SFS Chorus in Prokofiev’s Ivan the Terrible. These rehearsals and performances were the North American premiere of a recently discovered arrangement by Levon Atovmyan. You can learn more at SFGate and SFCV.
San Francisco Symphony Rehearses Prokofiev’s Ivan the Terrible
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