PBS to Air Inaugural concert of Paavo Järvi and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
First-ever debut of its kind on a major TV broadcast
Talk about a high-profile maiden flight: The inaugural concert of music director Paavo Järvi and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra can be seen in the late spring during a national PBS telecast, the first-ever such debut on a major TV broadcast. Järvi, an Estonian-born American, will be joined by cellist Truls Mørk , performing Shostakovich's Cello Concerto No. 1. The CSO has a rich tradition of standout music directors that includes Leopold Stokowski, Fritz Reiner, Max Rudolph, Thomas Schippers, and Jesus Lopez-Cobos.