BEETHOVEN’S FIFTH – Edward T. Cone Concert

February 2 and 3, 2019
Richardson Auditorium

Beethoven’s magnificent Fifth Symphony, with its iconic opening, is paired with Brahms’ dramatic First Piano Concerto played by standout piano soloist Dominic Cheli in this masterworks showcase. Rossen Milanov celebrates the 10th Anniversary of his PSO debut which ultimately led to his being appointed music director in the summer of 2009.


“He [Cheli] blended the sweet with the sensational in a mighty display of exacting keyboard skill…” – The Virginia Gazette



Saturday February 2 at 8pm; Pre-Concert Talk at 7pm
Sunday February 3 at 4pm; Pre-Concert Talk at 3pm


Rossen Milanov, conductor
Dominic Cheli, piano

Rossen Milanov 10th Anniversary, PSO Debut
BRAHMS / Piano Concerto No. 1
BEETHOVEN / Symphony No. 5



Edward T. Cone at pianoEDWARD T. CONE
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) is honored to present the Edward T. Cone Concert as an annual tribute to the memory of this remarkable and generous man who guided and sustained the development of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra since its inception.

We thank the trustees of the Edward T. Cone Foundation, T. Randall Harris and Barbara A. Sloan, for their support of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra.


Associated Event

Wednesday, January 30 – Soundtracks: Epic Interpretations