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The Ticket: Classical music

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BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The Chinese pianist Yuja Wang (pictured) will be the soloist in Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 2 under the baton of Andrew Davis, who also leads the BSO in Vaughan Williams’s Symphony No. 6 and Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Capriccio Espagnol.” March 27-29, Symphony Hall. 617-266-1200, www.bso.org

CHRISTIAN TETZLAFF + LARS VOGT The violinist and the pianist, each an eloquent soloist, come together for a keenly anticipated Celebrity Series recital, with works by Mozart, Bartok, Webern, and Beethoven. March 30,
3 p.m., Jordan Hall. 617-482-6661, www.celebrityseries.org

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JERUSALEM STRING QUARTET

This young but well-traveled ensemble makes its local debut with a program featuring Haydn’s “Sunrise” Quartet, Brahms’s A-minor Quartet (Op. 51, No. 2), and Shostakovich’s Quartet
No. 12. March 29, 8 p.m. Jordan
Hall. 617-482-6661,
www.celebrity
series.org

BOSTON MODERN ORCHESTRA PROJECT Gil Rose leads his omnivorous new music ensemble in works by Steven Stucky, Donald Crockett, Binna Kim, and Lei Liang. March 28, 8 p.m., Jordan Hall. 781-324-0396, www.bmop.org JEREMY EICHLER

Jeremy Eichler can be reached at jeichler@globe.com.
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