Throughout history, music has transcended political, religious, and cultural lines to unite even the most ardent of enemies.
Remember the Juanes concert in Cuba last year? Well, since the end of the Cold War, were no longer enemies with Russia
(frenemies maybe). But even if we were, we would still want to see the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, live at the
Adrienne Arsht Centers Knight Concert Hall. This Monday at 8 p.m., you can witness not only
the MSSO, one of the worlds most renowned orchestras in its 67th season, but also violin phenom and Grammy nominee
Jennifer Koh ripping the fiddle to shreds. Koh will play Bruchs First Violin Concerto, and the MSSO will perform Ravels
arrangement of Mussorgskys Pictures at an Exhibition.
Mon., Nov. 15, 8 p.m., 2010