Our 81st Season Finale celebrates music from the glorious Romantic period, all written in minor keys. The Hungarian Dances (1869) by Johannes Brahms are a set of 21 lively dances. Chopin’s Concerto No. 1, Opus 11 in e minor follows; a work that has the mark of a composer who has reached full emotional and musical maturity, yet in fact, was written when Chopin was in his late teens. It is best known for its lyrical 2nd movement, the Romanze. The concerto will be interpreted by guest pianist Natasha Paremski, whom critics have praised for her musical sensibility and flawless technique. The evening’s program concludes with Tchaikovsky’s profound Symphony No. 4 in f minor.