Classical 91.5

On Record with Christopher Seaman and Angelo Xiang Yu

Feb 6, 2019

Christopher Seaman, the Conductor Laureate of your Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, is in town for his annual concert. He brings with him a song of protest, a 20th century take on Shakespeare, a suite about love and friendship, and the other solo side of Mozart. Also in the mix: the Rochester debut of Angelo Xiang Yu, who brings a Stradivarius violin and a deep, abiding love for the man whose work he will play. 

Both chatted with Julia Figueras about rare instruments, the power of musical communications and Mozart's lovely, floating finale.