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Open Rehearsal & Discussion: Dvořák New World Symphony

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Contributing Friends are invited to a discussion with Music Director Designate Thomas Dausgaard, followed by a rehearsal of Antonín Dvořák's "New World" Symphony. Mingle with fellow supporters over coffee and tea in the Samuel & Althea Stroum Grand Lobby prior to the discussion and during the rehearsal break.

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Wednesday, 10 April, 2019 9:00AM

Meet the Musicians

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Supporting Friends are invited to Meet the Musicians following the Mozart Symphony No. 40 concert on Thursday, April 18. Mingle with members of the orchestra and fellow supporters over wine, coffee and tea on the Davis/Grinstein Promenade in the Samuel & Althea Stroum Grand Lobby.

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Thursday, 18 April, 2019 9:30PM

Beethoven V. Coldplay

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A merging of musical giants, the concert mashup Beethoven V. Coldplay asks the musical question: would Beethoven have found meaning in the music of Coldplay? That notion, perhaps odd-sounding at first, becomes much more compelling when considering the events surrounding Beethoven’s creation of the Eroica Symphony — an artist desperate to solidify his position as the reigning musical genius in Vienna, but yet still misunderstood and criticized, and a young man in his thirties faced with the reality that he would indeed soon be completely deaf. How, then, would Beethoven have reacted to the Coldplay lyrics like "when you lose something you can’t replace … could it be worse?"

Beethoven V. Coldplay transforms the Eroica Symphony into an oratorio, weaving the melodies and lyrics of Coldplay into the original Beethoven and pairing them together based on content and context. It is the alternate Eroica Beethoven may have created had he known the music of Coldplay at the time. Three vocalists join the full symphony; many of Coldplay’s most well-known songs are interpolated, including "Fix You," "Paradise" and "The Scientist."
 

Beethoven V. Coldplay is a Stereo Hideout production, created and arranged by Steve Hackman.

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Saturday, 27 April, 2019 8:00PM

Brahms Concerto Festival 1

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Brahms speaks to us in a timeless and universal language, delivered through compositions that balance the rigors of precise craft with the freedom of soaring emotions. His complete concertos provide a revealing view of this complete artist, beginning with the breakthrough First Piano Concerto inspired by his beloved Clara Schumann, and stretching to Brahms’ final orchestral score, the Double Concerto written for his longtime friend, violinist Joseph Joachim (who also inspired the luxurious Violin Concerto).

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Thursday, 9 May, 2019 7:30PM

Brahms Concerto Festival 2

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Brahms speaks to us in a timeless and universal language, delivered through compositions that balance the rigors of precise craft with the freedom of soaring emotions. His complete concertos provide a revealing view of this complete artist, beginning with the breakthrough First Piano Concerto inspired by his beloved Clara Schumann, and stretching to Brahms’ final orchestral score, the Double Concerto written for his longtime friend, violinist Joseph Joachim (who also inspired the luxurious Violin Concerto). The understated and elegant virtuosity of Brahms himself shines through in the Second Piano Concerto, his own calling card at the keyboard. The power of Brahms resonates in every corner of the world, as demonstrated by this all-star lineup of international soloists representing Canada, China, Japan, Russia, South Korea and the United States.

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Friday, 10 May, 2019 8:00PM

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