Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Debut
On February 12 and 14, Joshua Roman takes the stage with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for the first time, performing Dvořák’s beloved Cello Concerto under the direction of Slovakian conductor Juraj Valčuha. During a recent performance of this work, Joshua used “poise and tenderness as his angle of attack, painting Dvorák’s brooding melodies with golden retrospection and mellowness of tone,” according to The Scotsman. The program also includes Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Overture, Wagner’s “Prelude und Liebestod” from Tristan und Isolde, and excerpts from Bizet’s Carmen. Find tickets and more information here.