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Our Next ConcertJanuary 15, 2016
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Featuring music fit for royalty. Haydn’s six “Paris” Symphonies, including his exuberant Symphony No. 84, were enjoyed by the court of Marie Antoinette. Meanwhile, back in the Vienna of her mother, Queen Maria Therese, young Mozart reigned supreme in the city’s bustling musical life. His dark, dramatic Piano Concerto No. 24, which brilliantly captures the metamorphosis of elegant classicism to passionate Romanticism, is brought to our stage. The program opens with Symphony No. 2 by English composer William Boyce, which dedicated to King George II.Get Tickets
Celebrate the hearty and heroic, the humorous and stoic with a dynamic potpourri of anthems, marches, dances, chanteys and ballads, as Northbrook’s very own New Tradition Chorus returns to our stage. In one of the NSO’s exciting series of folk-inspired programs, Where Nations Meet will reveal the lighter side of some of history’s most distinguished composers, along with music of nationalistic and patriotic fervor.Get Tickets
Russia’s musical voice - passionate and filled with yearning - is embodied in Tchaikovsky’s immortal Violin Concerto and his final work, the immortal Pathetique Symphony, each an iconic example of this powerful national style. Tchaikovsky’s successor Alexander Glazunov carried on the tradition of grand, lavish ballet in late Tsarist Russia with his magnificent Raymonda, a sumptuous work from which we will extract a trio of jewel-like, miniature dances, the perfect divertissement to complement Tchaikovsky’s masterworks.Get Tickets
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