When philosopher Johann Wolfgang van Goethe referred to music as ‘liquid architecture’ he could have been talking about this remarkable program, featuring glorious Gabrielli canons echoing high above the Great Hall stage, a brand new work by Iowa composer Brooke Joyce inspired by deco architectural drawings, and Mahler’s spacious First Symphony.
Go inside the creation of a new artwork! Montage’s modern dining forms the perfect backdrop for a conversation with Decorah-based composer Brooke Joyce, whose brand new piece is inspired by French Art Deco architectural drawings.
Only wcfsymphony could create an evening of music as singular as Imaginary Symphony, a mashup of four amazing movements from classic orchestral masterpieces. You’ll choose one of these pieces (or our surprise encore) to performed in full the following season!
Mar 29 // 10:00AM - 10:40AM
Travel across the globe – in sound – at this engaging free concert by the UNI Percussion Studio.
Mar 28 // 6:30PM
Experience selections from the menu of the legendary New York City restaurant Barbuto. The Malecek’s will prepare signature recipes of gifted chef and restaurant owner Jonathan Waxman, which will be served family-style in their Waterloo home.
Apr 24 // 2:00PM
Celebrate spring with Italian Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi, an array of tasty tea offerings, performances by several area musicians, and a discussion of Laurel Corona’s book The Four Seasons: A Novel of Vivaldi’s Venice. (Copies of the book will be provided ahead of time by the hosts.)
We have a few last-minute spots on an amazing trip for lovers of travel and music: an exploration of classical music’s most famous waterway with our very own Jason Weinberger! Join him in May 2014 for a unique ‘Melodies ofView All News