In Bloom

Einav Yarden, piano

Sunday | February 25, 2024 | 3:00PM

Gustav Mahler | Blumine
Viktor Ullmann | Piano Concerto, Op. 25
Johannes Brahms | Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op.73

Get ready to welcome spring with an afternoon at the Symphony, featuring pianist Einav Yarden! This lush, romantic program features works by Gustav Mahler, Viktor Ullmann, and Johannes Brahms—all brilliant composers who planted seeds for those who came after them. The program includes Gustav Mahler’s Blumine , which translates as “flower”; Viktor Ullmann’s one and only Piano Concerto; and Brahms’ Second Symphony–a bright, idyllic symphony composed in the summer of 1877 at a lakeside village in Austria.

Praised for her “exceptionally vivid playing” and “sense of immense majesty, tempered by gentleness and quiet grace” (The Washington Post), Einav Yarden was a longtime student of the late renowned pianist Leon Fleisher at the Peabody Conservatory.

A Pre-Concert Lecture about the program will take place at 2:15PM in the Walton Theatre. Doors open at 2PM and seating is limited, so please plan accordingly. These lectures are free for ticket-holders.

This concert qualifies for Classical Kids, Take-A-Teen, and Student Rush ticket discounts. Visit to learn more.

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