ClassicsToday Celebrates Pittsburgh's Tchaikovsky and Dvořák Pairing

“You would expect Honeck to respond to the passion and intensity of Tchaikovsky’s Sixth Symphony, and so he does. The wild first movement development and exciting scherzo handily capture the music’s dynamism, and the playing is, as usual, terrific. What lingers in the mind most, though, is Honeck’s ability to project the despairing finale in a single arch from start to finish. There’s something about his phrasing that captures the music’s flow with special conviction; it’s true also of the first movement’s lyrical second subject.… fantasy arranged (with help) by Honeck from Dvorak’s opera Rusalka. The music is gorgeous, of course, and the piece works very well.… an unusual and noteworthy bonus.” —David Hurwitz, ClassicsToday

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