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Scott Yoo conducts Tchaikovsky’s Pathetique Symphony and Rachmaninoff’s Isle of the Dead in the celebration of Mexico’s Day of the Dead.
Scott Yoo makes his final 2019 appearances with the Mexico City Philharmonic in two performances of Bruckner’s titanic Eighth Symphony.
In an all Sibelius program, Scott Yoo conducts Sibelius’s Sixth Symphony, and young Hungarian violinist Abigel Kralik performs his Violin Concerto.
Scott Yoo leads the Mexico City Philharmonic in performances of Nielsen’s Inextinguishable Symphony. Philharmonic concertmaster Erika Dobosiewicz performs Khachaturian’s Violin Concerto.
Dutch pianist Daria von den Bercken makes her Mexico City Philharmonic debut in Shostakovich’s First Piano Concerto. Scott Yoo leads Brahms Symphony No. 3.
Japanese virtuoso violinist Fumiaki Miura returns to the Mexico City Philharmonic to perform Elgar’s monumental Violin Concerto. Scott Yoo leads performances of Ravel’s La Valse and Rapsodie Espagnole.
Scott Yoo and the Mexico City Philharmonic perform Scriabin’s Poem of Ecstasy. Cellist Bion Tsang performs Schumann’s Cello Concerto and Bruch’s Kol Nidrei.
Scott Yoo and the Mexico City Philharmonic performs Respighi’s Fountains and Pines of Rome and Mendelssohn’s Italian Symphony in front of an expected audience of over 25,000 at the Monumento a la Revolución in Mexico City.
Flutist Alice K. Dade and pianist Anna Polonsky join Scott in a performance of Nino Rota’s Trio. Cellist Robert deMaine performs Schubert’s second Piano Trio with Scott and Anna.
The Festival Centro Historico presents Scott Yoo and the Mexico City Philharmonic in a performance of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony in front of an expected audience of over 25,000 people at the Zócalo in Mexico City. Mr. Yoo plays and conducts the two Beethoven Romances to start the program.
The Festival Centro Historico presents Scott Yoo and soloists from the Mexico City Philharmonic in the complete Brandenburg Concertos by Bach at the Templo Santo Domingo in Mexico City’s Historic Center. The program is repeated Sunday at the Roberto Cantoral Hall.
Scott Yoo conducts the complete ballet score of Daphnis and Chloé with the Mexico City Philharmonic.
Scott Yoo and virtuoso harpsichordist Eunice Padilla collaborate with the Mexico City Philharmonic in performances of Bach’s D minor Harpsichord Concerto at the Templo Santo Domingo in Mexico City’s Historic Center. The program is repeated Sunday at the Roberto Cantoral Hall.
Scott Yoo conducts Beethoven’s Fourth and Mozart’s 32nd with the Mexico City Philharmonic. Also on the program is Britten’s masterful Four Sea Interludes and Passacaglia from Peter Grimes.
Scott Yoo conducts Mahler’s First Symphony with the Mexico City Philharmonic.
Scott Yoo conducts Schumann’s Second Symphony and Mozart’s 39th with the Mexico City Philharmonic.
Pianist Ayako Tsuruta, violist Jessica Chang, cellist Bion Tsang and Scott Yoo perform Dvořák’s Piano Quartet and Dohnányi’s Serenade.
Scott Yoo conducts Bruckner’s Third Symphony with the Mexico City Philharmonic.
Steven Copes performs Shostakovich’s First Violin Concerto in his first performances with the Philharmonic. Scott Yoo concludes the program with Martinů’s First Symphony.
Now Hear This is a new four-part docu-series presented by Great Performances that merges music, storytelling, travel and culture.
Scott Yoo conducts Verdi’s monumental Requiem in Paris with the Orchestra National de Metz, soprano Teodora Gheorghiu, mezzo-soprano Valentine Lemercier, tenor Kévin Amiel, and bass Jérôme Varnier.
John Novacek returns to perform Prokofiev’s Third Piano Concerto with the Mexico City Philharmonic. Scott Yoo conducts Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony to conclude the program.
Naumberg Violin Competition winner Grace Park makes her first appearances with the Mexico City Philharmonic in Nielsen’s Violin Concerto. Scott Yoo concludes the program with Nielsen’s Symphony No. 5.
Pianist Christopher Shih joins Scott Yoo, Aeolus Quartet violist Caitlin Lynch and Baltimore Symphony Principal cellist Dariusz Skoraczewski in Brahms’ Piano Quartet in G minor.
Virtuoso guitarist Robert Belinić joins Scott Yoo and the Festival Mozaic Orchestra in Rodrigo’s Fantasía para un gentilhombre. Scott Yoo leads Brahms’ First Serenade and deFalla’s Three-Cornered Hat.
Principal bassoonist of the Minnesota Orchestra Fei Xie performs Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto, and Jonah Kim performs the Haydn C Major Cello Concerto in a program that includes Haydn’s Military Symphony.
Oboe virtuoso Xiaodi Liu performs Vivaldi’s Oboe Concerto in a program that includes works by Handel and Alessandro and Domenico Scarlatti.
Soprano Annamarie Zmolek and baritone Brian Major join Scott Yoo and the Colorado Vocal Arts Ensemble in a performance of Brahms’ Requiem.
The Colorado College Summer Music Festival Orchestra performs Rimsky-Koraskov’s Scheherazade and Debussy’s Afternoon of a Faun.
Soprano Alejandra Sandoval, mezzo soprano Carla López Speziale, tenor Joel Montero, and bass-baritone Carsten Wittmoser join Scott Yoo, the Mexico City Philharmonic, and the Philharmonic Chorus in a free concert of Verdi’s Requiem for an estimated 25,000 people at the Monumento a la Revolución in Mexico City.
Scott Yoo leads the Mexico City Philharmonic in Dvořák’s rarely performed masterpiece.
Scott Yoo leads the Mexico City Philharmonic in two Russian renditions of Shakespeare’s classic tale.