For one-night-only, witness the ultimate artistic mastery of Yo-Yo Ma, one of classical music's best-recognized figures and ambassadors. From performances in the White House to children's television shows and, lately, small community centers for everyday Americans, Ma is the consummate artist, renowned as much for his generosity of spirit and humility as for his musical ability.
Run, don't walk, to the box office to book tickets for an unforgettable performance of composer Edward Elgar's final great offering, the Cello Concerto, a work of unparalleled pathos, its simplicity allowing performers to cut through to listeners' emotional cores in the most profound manner. To open this special evening, Robert Spano conducts another English masterpiece, Vaughan Williams' Symphony No. 2, "A London Symphony," setting the stage for the splendor to come.