Let's face it - there is something glorious and unique about music written by the Russian Romantics, and this concert captures it all. From the beginnings of Russian Romanticism with Russlan and Ludmilla to the glorious Second Symphony by Sergei Rachmaninoff, we have all the color, excitement, melody and passion you expect. Lyn previews with concert by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra at the Broward Center for the Performing
Arts in a presentation free to all ticket holders. We'll trace the beginnings of Romanticism, explore how it differed in Russia from the movement elsewhere, and touch on why music always seemed to lag literature and architecture in breaking new artistic ground.
The preview is at 7 p.m. followed by the concert in the Au Rene Theatre at 8 p.m. And just to make the presentation even more convivial, we have two red wines from Israel to set the scene.
The presentation will be in the Porter Ballroom, across the from the valet station in front of the Center. For tickets or more information, visit the Broward Center website