• USA Regional & Tours

A major American conductor, Leonard Slatkin, takes the podium for a concert at Carnegie Hall with the orchestra of the renowned Manhattan School of Music. Mr. Slatkin, a tireless champion of American music, opens the program with Roberto Sierra's "Fandangos," then leads a performance of Bernstein's Serenade (After Plato's "Symposium") for Violin and Orchestra, with Glenn Dicterow, the renowned concert master of the New York Philharmonic, as soloist. The concert ends with that Mussorgsky/Ravel favorite "Pictures at an Exhibition" (arranged by Mr. Slatkin).