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San Francisco Symphony – ANDRÁS SCHIFF PLAYS AND CONDUCTS BACH AND MENDELSSOHN

San Francisco Symphony – ANDRÁS SCHIFF PLAYS AND CONDUCTS BACH AND MENDELSSOHN

András Schiff – Conductor and Piano

Jennifer Mitchell – Soprano

Margaret (Peg) Lisi – Mezzo-soprano

Michael Jankosky – Tenor

J.S. Bach – Keyboard Concerto No. 3 in D major

J.S. Bach – Keyboard Concerto No. 4 in A major

 

J.S. Bach – Orchestral Suite No. 3

Mendelssohn – Lobgesang, Opus 52

J.S. Bach was all but forgotten when Felix Mendelssohn launched a full-scale revival of Bach’s music in 1829—two geniuses from different eras whose music captivates, inspires, and reaches deep into the soul. Hear both composers in the hands of the absolutely riveting conductor and pianist András Schiff. “Schiff performed Bach . . . and transformed the huge and well-filled hall into a bowl of rapt silence” (Independent).

San Francisco Symphony – ANDRÁS SCHIFF PLAYS AND CONDUCTS BACH AND MENDELSSOHN

San Francisco Symphony – ANDRÁS SCHIFF PLAYS AND CONDUCTS BACH AND MENDELSSOHN

András Schiff – Conductor and Piano

Jennifer Mitchell – Soprano

Margaret (Peg) Lisi – Mezzo-soprano

Michael Jankosky – Tenor

J.S. Bach – Keyboard Concerto No. 3 in D major

J.S. Bach – Keyboard Concerto No. 4 in A major

 

J.S. Bach – Orchestral Suite No. 3

Mendelssohn – Lobgesang, Opus 52

J.S. Bach was all but forgotten when Felix Mendelssohn launched a full-scale revival of Bach’s music in 1829—two geniuses from different eras whose music captivates, inspires, and reaches deep into the soul. Hear both composers in the hands of the absolutely riveting conductor and pianist András Schiff. “Schiff performed Bach . . . and transformed the huge and well-filled hall into a bowl of rapt silence” (Independent).

San Francisco Symphony – ANDRÁS SCHIFF PLAYS AND CONDUCTS BACH AND MENDELSSOHN

San Francisco Symphony – ANDRÁS SCHIFF PLAYS AND CONDUCTS BACH AND MENDELSSOHN

András Schiff – Conductor and Piano

Jennifer Mitchell – Soprano

Margaret (Peg) Lisi – Mezzo-soprano

Michael Jankosky – Tenor

J.S. Bach – Keyboard Concerto No. 3 in D major

J.S. Bach – Keyboard Concerto No. 4 in A major

 

J.S. Bach – Orchestral Suite No. 3

Mendelssohn – Lobgesang, Opus 52

J.S. Bach was all but forgotten when Felix Mendelssohn launched a full-scale revival of Bach’s music in 1829—two geniuses from different eras whose music captivates, inspires, and reaches deep into the soul. Hear both composers in the hands of the absolutely riveting conductor and pianist András Schiff. “Schiff performed Bach . . . and transformed the huge and well-filled hall into a bowl of rapt silence” (Independent).

San Diego Symphony – A Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra

San Diego Symphony – A Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra

Sameer Patel, conductor
Nuvi Mehta, narrator

Where does the bassoon come from? Is a French horn really French? In this introduction to the orchestra, we’ll explore how humans have created instruments to tell a story and how technology has shaped how we create sound. We’ll use both our imagination and problem-solving skills as we dive into the basics of an orchestra.

San Diego Symphony – Vivaldi and Bach with Avi Avital

San Diego Symphony – Vivaldi and Bach with Avi Avital

PURCELL/Britten – Chacony in G minor
VIVALDI – “Winter” in F minor from The Four Seasons, Op. 8, RV 297
ARENSKY – Variations on a Theme by Tchaikovsky, Op. 35a
J.S. BACH – Concerto No. 1 in D minor, BWV 1052 (Originally for harpsicord)
LIADOV – The Enchanted Lake, Op. 62
STRAVINSKY – “Divertimento” from Le Baiser de la fée (The Fairy’s Kiss)

Johannes Debus, conductor
Avi Avital, mandolin

Renowned artist Avi Avital performs two well-known Baroque concertos on the mandolin in his Jacobs Masterworks debut with the San Diego Symphony. The juxtaposition of baroque with Russian masterworks, including tributes by Anton Arensky and Igor Stravinsky to Piotr Tchaikovsky, creates a rich textural contrast.

San Diego Symphony – Vivaldi and Bach with Avi Avital

San Diego Symphony – Vivaldi and Bach with Avi Avital

PURCELL/Britten – Chacony in G minor
VIVALDI – “Winter” in F minor from The Four Seasons, Op. 8, RV 297
ARENSKY – Variations on a Theme by Tchaikovsky, Op. 35a
J.S. BACH – Concerto No. 1 in D minor, BWV 1052 (Originally for harpsicord)
LIADOV – The Enchanted Lake, Op. 62
STRAVINSKY – “Divertimento” from Le Baiser de la fée (The Fairy’s Kiss)

Johannes Debus, conductor
Avi Avital, mandolin

Renowned artist Avi Avital performs two well-known Baroque concertos on the mandolin in his Jacobs Masterworks debut with the San Diego Symphony. The juxtaposition of baroque with Russian masterworks, including tributes by Anton Arensky and Igor Stravinsky to Piotr Tchaikovsky, creates a rich textural contrast.

Radio ReBroadcast – DMSO – Season Debut – Beethoven’s Ode to Joy!

Radio ReBroadcast – DMSO – Season Debut – Beethoven’s Ode to Joy!

Iowa Public Radio Broadcast – Symphonies of Iowa – DMSO Season Debut – Beethoven’s Ode to Joy – Recorded 9/24-25/2016

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ROSSINI  William Tell Overture
J.S. BACH  Brandenburg Concerto No. 5
BEETHOVEN  Symphony No. 9, “Choral – An Ode to Joy”

Joseph Giunta and the Des Moines Symphony open our 79th season with Rossini’s galloping William Tell Overture and Bach’s dazzling Brandenburg Concerto No. 5. Finally, the Symphony is joined onstage by three choirs for Beethoven’s landmarkNinth Symphony. No other composition is more instantly recognizable than Beethoven’s inspiring masterpiece. You’ll be swept off your feet as the Symphony is joined by 200 soaring voices in this joyful anthem for humanity.

Radio ReBroadcast – DMSO – Season Debut – Beethoven’s Ode to Joy!

Radio ReBroadcast – DMSO – Season Debut – Beethoven’s Ode to Joy!

Iowa Public Radio Broadcast – Symphonies of Iowa – DMSO Season Debut – Beethoven’s Ode to Joy – Recorded 9/24-25/2016

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ROSSINI  William Tell Overture
J.S. BACH  Brandenburg Concerto No. 5
BEETHOVEN  Symphony No. 9, “Choral – An Ode to Joy”

Joseph Giunta and the Des Moines Symphony open our 79th season with Rossini’s galloping William Tell Overture and Bach’s dazzling Brandenburg Concerto No. 5. Finally, the Symphony is joined onstage by three choirs for Beethoven’s landmarkNinth Symphony. No other composition is more instantly recognizable than Beethoven’s inspiring masterpiece. You’ll be swept off your feet as the Symphony is joined by 200 soaring voices in this joyful anthem for humanity.

DMSO – Season Debut – Beethoven’s Ode to Joy!

DMSO – Season Debut – Beethoven’s Ode to Joy!

ROSSINI  William Tell Overture
J.S. BACH  Brandenburg Concerto No. 5
BEETHOVEN  Symphony No. 9, “Choral – An Ode to Joy”

Joseph Giunta and the Des Moines Symphony open our 79th season with Rossini’s galloping William Tell Overture and Bach’s dazzling Brandenburg Concerto No. 5. Finally, the Symphony is joined onstage by three choirs for Beethoven’s landmarkNinth Symphony. No other composition is more instantly recognizable than Beethoven’s inspiring masterpiece. You’ll be swept off your feet as the Symphony is joined by 200 soaring voices in this joyful anthem for humanity.

DMSO – Season Debut – Beethoven’s Ode to Joy!

DMSO – Season Debut – Beethoven’s Ode to Joy!

ROSSINI  William Tell Overture
J.S. BACH  Brandenburg Concerto No. 5
BEETHOVEN  Symphony No. 9, “Choral – An Ode to Joy”

Joseph Giunta and the Des Moines Symphony open our 79th season with Rossini’s galloping William Tell Overture and Bach’s dazzling Brandenburg Concerto No. 5. Finally, the Symphony is joined onstage by three choirs for Beethoven’s landmarkNinth Symphony. No other composition is more instantly recognizable than Beethoven’s inspiring masterpiece. You’ll be swept off your feet as the Symphony is joined by 200 soaring voices in this joyful anthem for humanity.