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BSO and Uri Caine Trio


BSO and Uri Caine Trio


BSO and Uri Caine Trio

Boston Symphony Hall, Boston

19 – 21 March 2020

Imagine Mahler reworked by a klezmer band and a DJ. Wagner played in cafés around the piazzas of Venice. Or Bach meeting the spirit of contemporary jazz for an uninhibited exchange of views. That’s what Uri Caine and his trio does, and few living jazz musicians understand classical music so profoundly – or with such revelatory results. Caine’s large-scale oratorio The Passion of Octavius Catto asks difficult questions with utter sincerity; coupled to works by Romantic-era composers of colour, this looks like a rare crossover project with genuine artistic bite.

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