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San Diego Symphony – Beethoven by the Bay

San Diego Symphony – Beethoven by the Bay

Yaniv Dinur, conductor
Albert Cano Smit, piano

BEETHOVEN: Overture to Egmont, Op. 84
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67

Our annual classical concert by the Bay features an orchestral performance of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony as well as the Egmont Overture and his Piano Concerto No. 3. Our special guests are New Bedford Symphony conductor Yaniv Dinur and young award-winning Swiss pianist Albert Cano Smit.

San Francisco Symphony – Stern Grove Festival

San Francisco Symphony – Stern Grove Festival

DVORAK – Slavonic Dance No. 8

DVORAK – Slavonic Dance No. 2

DVORAK – Slavonic Dance No. 7

BEETHOVEN – Piano Concerto No. 4

SIBELIUS – Symphony No. 2

Join the SF Symphony at the 81st Stern Grove Festival for its annual free concert in the beautiful outdoor amphitheater located at 19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard in San Francisco. Pack a picnic, grab some friends, and relax as the SF Symphony serenades you with a dazzling afternoon of music al fresco.

Des Moines Symphony – Apotheosis Of The Dance

Des Moines Symphony – Apotheosis Of The Dance

Augusta Read THOMAS  BRIO for Orchestra (2018 World Premiere)

BEETHOVEN  Piano Concerto No. 1

BEETHOVEN  Symphony No. 7

Joseph Giuntaconducting
Christopher O’Rileypiano

From beginning to end, it is among the most beloved symphonies ever written. Wagner called Beethoven’s celebratory Seventh Symphony “the apotheosis of the dance.” Experience its sheer joy and rhythmic energy as we continue our 80th Season, ‘Music in Motion.’ But first, pianist and host of NPR’s ‘From the Top’ Christopher O’Riley returns to Des Moines for a bravura performance of Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto. The vigor and grandeur of Beethoven’s spirited composition will uplift and inspire.

Des Moines Symphony – Apotheosis Of The Dance

Des Moines Symphony – Apotheosis Of The Dance

Augusta Read THOMAS  BRIO for Orchestra (2018 World Premiere)

BEETHOVEN  Piano Concerto No. 1

BEETHOVEN  Symphony No. 7

Joseph Giuntaconducting
Christopher O’Rileypiano

From beginning to end, it is among the most beloved symphonies ever written. Wagner called Beethoven’s celebratory Seventh Symphony “the apotheosis of the dance.” Experience its sheer joy and rhythmic energy as we continue our 80th Season, ‘Music in Motion.’ But first, pianist and host of NPR’s ‘From the Top’ Christopher O’Riley returns to Des Moines for a bravura performance of Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto. The vigor and grandeur of Beethoven’s spirited composition will uplift and inspire.

Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra – From Lyricism to Triumph

Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra – From Lyricism to Triumph
Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra
Michal Nesterowicz, conductor
Bobby Chen, piano
KILAR – Orawa

BEETHOVEN – Piano Concerto No. 4

SHOSTAKOVICH – Symphony No. 10

Conductor Michal Nesterowicz brings us Orawa, a short piece by his fellow Polish countryman Wojciech Kilar, as an appetizer to Beethoven’s lyrical Fourth Piano Concerto played by Malaysian pianist Bobby Chen. Depicting Joseph Stalin and the grim Stalin years, Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony nevertheless ends exuberantly and is widely considered among the best of the Russian composer’s 15 symphonies.

Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra – From Lyricism to Triumph

Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra – From Lyricism to Triumph
Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra
Michal Nesterowicz, conductor
Bobby Chen, piano
KILAR – Orawa

BEETHOVEN – Piano Concerto No. 4

SHOSTAKOVICH – Symphony No. 10

Conductor Michal Nesterowicz brings us Orawa, a short piece by his fellow Polish countryman Wojciech Kilar, as an appetizer to Beethoven’s lyrical Fourth Piano Concerto played by Malaysian pianist Bobby Chen. Depicting Joseph Stalin and the grim Stalin years, Shostakovich’s Tenth Symphony nevertheless ends exuberantly and is widely considered among the best of the Russian composer’s 15 symphonies.

Detroit Symphony Orchestra – Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony

Detroit Symphony Orchestra – Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony

CONOR BROWN – World Premiere

BARBER – Piano Concerto

BEETHOVEN – Symphony 3

Leonard Slatkin’s 10th Season as DSO Music Director opens with Beethoven’s transformational 3rd Symphony, a work that would redefine the scope of what a symphony could be, and called the “Eroica” for its wide range of emotion. Pianist Olga Kern returns to perform Barber’s Piano Concerto, a famously challenging work that was made humanly possible to play only after a timely intervention by the mighty Vladimir Horowitz.

This program will be live webcast Saturday, October 14
at 8:00 pm EDT (GMT-4) on dso.org/live+ add to my calendar

Detroit Symphony Orchestra – Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony

Detroit Symphony Orchestra – Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony

CONOR BROWN – World Premiere

BARBER – Piano Concerto

BEETHOVEN – Symphony 3

Leonard Slatkin’s 10th Season as DSO Music Director opens with Beethoven’s transformational 3rd Symphony, a work that would redefine the scope of what a symphony could be, and called the “Eroica” for its wide range of emotion. Pianist Olga Kern returns to perform Barber’s Piano Concerto, a famously challenging work that was made humanly possible to play only after a timely intervention by the mighty Vladimir Horowitz.

This program will be live webcast Saturday, October 14
at 8:00 pm EDT (GMT-4) on dso.org/live+ add to my calendar

Detroit Symphony Orchestra – Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony

Detroit Symphony Orchestra – Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony

CONOR BROWN – World Premiere

BARBER – Piano Concerto

BEETHOVEN – Symphony 3

Leonard Slatkin’s 10th Season as DSO Music Director opens with Beethoven’s transformational 3rd Symphony, a work that would redefine the scope of what a symphony could be, and called the “Eroica” for its wide range of emotion. Pianist Olga Kern returns to perform Barber’s Piano Concerto, a famously challenging work that was made humanly possible to play only after a timely intervention by the mighty Vladimir Horowitz.

This program will be live webcast Saturday, October 14
at 8:00 pm EDT (GMT-4) on dso.org/live+ add to my calendar

Detroit Symphony Orchestra – Heroes Benefit Concert

Detroit Symphony Orchestra – Heroes Benefit Concert

Artists
Michelle Merrill, conductor
John Kimura Parker, piano
Wei Yu, cello

Program
BLOCH From Jewish Life, No. 1, “Prayer”
BEETHOVEN Allegretto scherzando from Symphony No. 8
BRAHMS Academic Festival Overture
DVOŘÁK Adagio – Allegro molto from Symphony No. 9, “From the New World”
BERNSTEIN “Times Square: 1944” from Three Dance Episodes from On the Town
GERSHWIN Rhapsody in Blue