Bartók’s lively Dance Suite will serve as an introduction. The genius Hungarian composer wrote the piece to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the union of the cities Buda and Pest. Rózsa’s Viola Concerto is well-known among viola players, but where else? The Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, together with outstanding concert master Ināra Brīnuma, will make this grand, significant work accessible to a wider audience. Finally, Beethoven’s Symphony no. 7, a classic masterpiece with a ritual performance in the slow movement, and a waterfall of light in the finale.