The Chilean conductor tells some details about Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony in E minor. The Concepción Symphony Orchestra will perform this work as the second part of the UdeC Summer School concert.
According to maestro Bortolameolli, from the six symphonies composed by Tchaikovsky, ‘the last three revolve around fate, the burden of fate, and the will to overcome it. As we know, Tchaikovsky finally lost this fight – at least, this is what he left written in his Sixth Symphony, ‘Patétique’… The Fifth Symphony inherits an idea from the Fourth: a motto that connects all the movements, a motto that represents this abstract persona: Fate.’
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