This is a concert of music by outsiders written in three centuries and representing three cultures all sharing a common theme of showcasing the limitless possibilities of music. Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 was composed amid a period of personal anguish and traces a journey from despair to hope. George Gershwin’s Piano Concerto in F, written when he was just a young Jewish-American songwriter, is his first full-scale piano concerto that is influenced by jazz but rooted in the classical tradition. Korean-born composer HyeKyung Lee engages with the aspirations of the future-you, seeking something higher in Climbing Tomorrow.