Philadelphia Orchestra Concertmaster David Kim Shares Stories about Tchaikovsky
In the 1870s, Tchaikovsky composed such large scale works as Swan Lake, Symphonies 2, 3, and 4, and Variations on a Rococo Theme. But, as WRTI’s Susan Lewis reports, in the same years, he was also writing short orchestral pieces with emotional power and technical virtuosity. She discusses two of these pieces, Melancolique and Valse-Scherzo, with violinist David Kim, the Philadelphia Orchestra's concertmaster .
WRTI's Susan Lewis speaks with Philadelphia Orchestra concertmaster, David Kim. He discusses playing Tchaikovsky's Serenade Melancolique and Valse-Scherzo in the 1986 International Tchaikovsky Competition, and about playing them now with the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Music From the Inside Out: The Story of David Kim
The El Camino Youth Symphony with guest soloist David Kim