St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, the consummation of Russian symphony, draws the curtains of the SAC season 2003-2004.
St. Petersburg Phil. is the best of the five greatest orchestras of the world and it is still filled with the touch of Evgeny Mravinsky, the great conductor of the twentieth century.
With the conductor Yuri Temirkanov, Russia's backbone violinist Dmitry Sitkovetsky reminds people of Nicolo Paganini, while pianist Lim Dong-hyuk leaps forward to the bigger stage, We invite every one of you who are interested in the essence of Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff.

Program
9. 30(Tue.) Chaikovskii / Polonaise in <Eugene Onegin>
                Tchaikovsky / Violin Concerto D major(Sitkovetsky)
                Tchaikovsky / Symphony No.5

10. 1(Wed.) Rachmaninoff / Pino Concerto No.2 (Lim Dong-hyuk)
                 Rachmaninoff / Symphony No.2

Cast
Conductor_ Yuri Temirkanov
Violin_ Dmitry Sitkovetsky(Sep.30)
Piano_ Lim Dong-hyuk(Oct.1)