It was in London last year that Tetelman and his girlfriend, famed soprano Kristine Opolais, sang together at Buckingham Palace. A fundraiser for the Royal Opera House hosted by Prince Charles, the event brought 250 guests for dinner and a performance by the couple of the love duet from Tosca. Stay in the Loop. Don't miss out on new arrivals, exclusive sales, special events, and more.
Soprano Kristine Opolais returns to Symphony Hall as soloist in Mahler's mellifluous Symphony No. 4, a musical journey from earth to heaven that is also the last of Mahler's symphonies to use words from the folk poetry collection Des Knaben Wunderhorn (Youth's Magic Horn). On this same program, Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes performs Rachmaninoff's last piano concerto, the Fourth, which the composer worked on over the course of ten or more years before giving the premiere in Philadelphia in 1927. Even after that he revised the piece extensively twice, creating the final version in 1941. Opening the concert is a suite of orchestral music from Shostakovich's score for Grigory Kozintsev's 1941 stage production of Shakespeare's King Lear, to be recorded for the BSO's ongoing Shostakovich cycle under Andris Nelsons for Deutsche Grammophon.