Tchaikovsky Orchestra to Play Two Concerts ({{commentsTotal}})

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The world's biggest symphony orchestra is coming to Tallinn and Tartu next week.

The Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, directed by Vladimir Fedoseyev, returns to Estonia after nearly a 35-year break, ETV reported.

They will play Beethoven and - the namesake of the orchestra - Tchaikovsky in Tartu's Vanemuine Concert Hall on December 3 and in Tallinn's Nokia Concert Hall on December 4.

The orchestra, also called the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, was founded in 1930. Fedoseyev took the helm in 1974.



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