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11/02/2016 Toronto Symphony Orchestra - From Paris to Leningrad Downtown

This second helping of the finest music of the 1920s brings the electrifying Piano Concerto No. 3 by Prokofiev and the satirical, remarkably mature symphony that the nineteen-year-old Shostakovich composed as his graduation piece from the Leningrad Conservatory. A jazz-tinged mythological ballet score by Milhaud completes the bill. Nov 2 6:45pm Free Pre-concert Performance by The TSO Chamber Soloists.
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