“The Siberian Symphony Orchestra, conductor Dmitry Vasiliev, play as if their lives depend on it” says critic Norman Lebrecht. And in this stirring all-Russian concert, you’ll be able to hear for yourself – whether in the red-blooded emotional drama of Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony, a new (and very Russian) showpiece for orchestra by Olga Viktorova, or the smouldering passions of Rachmaninov’s best-loved piano concerto, played by Freddy Kempf: always a popular visitor here in Birmingham.