Reviewed by Tony Villecco Binghamton University’s Anderson Center in its limited but varied season presented the Moscow State Radio Symphony Orchestra Feb. 16 to an almost sold-out audience. Founded in 1978, the orchestra concentrates on symphonic repertoire of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, primarily in Russia, although it has traveled extensively, including the United States, Italy and Korea. Appropriately performing all Russian works, Maestro Alexei Kornienko opened with Rimsky-Korsakov’s "May Night Overture." While perhaps not the most exciting piece with which to begin a program, considering the...
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