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The Yale Philharmonia Plays at Yale’s Woolsey Hall

Guest Conductor Krzyzstof Penderecki
October 29, 2013

Krzysztof_Penderecki_webBy Allison Geisler

On Friday, classical music lovers need to get themselves to Woolsey Hall at Yale, as guest conductor Krzyzstof Penderecki leads the Yale Philharmonia. The first half of the concert features Penderecki conducting two of his pieces, Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima and his Symphony No. 2. In between, Toshiyuki Shimada takes over conducting duties, to lead the Philharmonia in Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 2, which will feature current Yale School of Music student Henry Kramer as the piano soloist.



Dear Yale School of Music.
If you change the program order of the concert, please make changes accordingly on your publicity and website. I made special arrangements to hear the Prokofiev, and missed it now that it was in the first half. It doesn’t take very long to update this page, and maintain the school’s professionalism.

November 1st, 2013 | Yale