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The Rachmaninoff Festival

The Rachmaninoff Festival
Conducted by Stéphane Denève
Four Concertos over Three Programs

Support for these performances of the Rachmaninoff Festival is provided by Tatiana Copeland. Mrs. Copeland's mother was the niece of Sergei Rachmaninoff, and Tatiana Copeland was named after the composer's daughter, Tatiana Sergeyevna Rachmaninoff.

The Philadelphia Orchestra’s Rachmaninoff Festival explores the composer’s unique three-decade relationship with the Orchestra and the city. Principal Guest Conductor Stéphane Denève reveals not merely the symphonic works of Rachmaninoff, but a rounded view of the composer. 

Three unique evenings have been musically designed from start to finish, with pre-concert plays—specially commissioned by The Philadelphia Orchestra, orchestral concerts, and “Russian Salon” Postludes. 

Curated plays start at 6:30 each evening of the Festival, which are followed by full orchestra performances. The evenings close with post-concert performances, which, like the pre-concert plays, are free with ticket(s) to the evening’s concert. 

Thursday, April 27 8 PM
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Friday, April 28 8 PM
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Saturday, April 29 8 PM
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Stream a preview of the Rachmaninoff Festival with a new program by Mike Cone, music-lover, lifelong concert-goer, and former composer, entitled Rachmaninoff, Paganini, & the Piano: a Conversation, which features two interviews, one with Ruth Slenczynska, Rachmaninoff's last living piano student, and one with Principal Guest Conductor Stéphane Denève. The program is available now through the Orchestra's On Demand portal.