The classics done well since 1963
Before each concert, we share “Manny’s Musings,” thoughts from our Music Director and Conductor, Manny Laureano. This is the second edition of the “Musings” for the “Music in 3D: #4” concert that will be performed on Sunday, April 2, 2017. Concerto for 'Cello in B minor by Antonín Dvorák Some composers find their niches quickly and write defining pieces soon in their careers. Others learn more and truly deliver the works that become associated with their names, later in life. This was certainly true of this magnificent work for 'cello by … [Read More...]
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How do we make our Season Finale the stuff of dreams? By ending with the most famous dream-inspired symphony ever written, the Symphonie fantastique of Hector Berlioz! His images are inescapable, powerful, tender, and raises goosebumps. Our prelude explores the inevitability of fate with La forza del destino by opera composer Giuseppe Verdi. Also featured on this concert will be the winner of this year’s MNSOTA-Mary West Solo Competition Grand Prize Winner, Nygel Witherspoon, performing the first movement of Dvorak’s Cello Concerto in B minor.
Sunday, April 2, 2017
Jefferson High School Auditorium
4001 West 102nd Street
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