2 replacements a boon to BSO and to audience

March 17, 1995|By Stephen Wigler | Stephen Wigler,Sun Music Critic

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's concert in Meyerhoff Hall last night featured two major replacements. The BSO's associate conductor, David Lockington, stepped in for Maximiano Valdes, the indisposed music director of the Buffalo Philharmonic, and Dmitry Sitkovetsky replaced the young Russian, Maxim Vengerov, as soloist in Brahms's Violin Concerto. This was a bargain for both the orchestra and its audience.

The program will be repeated tonight and Saturday at 8:15.

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