Andris Nelsons, the Latvian conductor now in his second season as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, has a taste for Russian music.
The orchestra's opening concert, earlier this month, was an all-Russian program that included pianist Evgeny Kissin. Nelsons has peppered the remainder of the season with works by Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov and embarked on an exploration of Shostakovich symphonies that will span several years.
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