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Classical Pick of the Week: Gavrylyuk plays Tchaikovsky

Image via Hollywood Bowl
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Gavrylyuk returns this Tuesday to the Hollywood Bowl in Tchaikovsky's masterful Piano Concerto in B Flat Minor. The Bowl is a perfect venue for a piece like this, don't miss out if you've never seen it live. Vasily Petrenko conducts both programs this week, and is conducting Dvorak's Carnival Overture and Sibelius' 2nd Symphony (if you're a Sibelius fan, Chalifour is performing the Violin Concerto on Thursday) on Tuesday.

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