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Our Next ConcertOctober 9, 2016
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Mozart’s Serenata Notturna, a miniature masterpiece of rococo charm, is combined with the enchanting Summer Night of Swiss composer Othmar Schoeck, the story of a magical, late-night gathering in the country. Tchaikovsky’s popular Serenade for Strings, complete with elegant waltz, soaring elegy, and robust, folk-inspired finale, completes this unique selection of “Night Music,” each a perfect showcase for the NSO’s superb strings.More Details
3 p.m. • A HOLIDAY CELEBRATION • "THE GLORY OF CHRISTMAS" 1st Performance • Featuring the first-ever concert performance of The Christmas Piano Concertos of George Greeley (1959) John Goodwin, guest pianist. Also featuring The Festive Sounds of Hanukah and other Holiday Favorites.More Details
4 p.m. • Haydn’s six “Paris” Symphonies, including his exuberant Symphony No. 84, were actually 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 by the superb young pianist Andrew Guo. The program opens with another of the delightful Overture: Symphonies by English composer William Boyce, his Symphony No. 2, dedicated to King George II himself.Get Tickets
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