Celebrate wcfsymphony’s unique artistic vision at an exciting, approachable performance featuring music of our time and place. Chamber music rock stars PROJECT Trio bring their “musicianship, joy and surprise” to an incredible all-American program.
An experiment in concertgoing, this program will be revealed at the performance itself! We have a few hints for you, though: a surprise (and surprising) scherzo by up-and-comer Ted Hearne, a major piano concerto with the winner of UNI’s Midwest International Piano Competition, and an orchestral classic chosen by you from among Tchaikovsky 6, Firebird, Shostakovich 10 or Sheherazade. We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised!
Travel to early 20th-century Vienna via a rare live performance of Mahler’s Fourth Symphony in its delightful chamber arrangement, created for Arnold Schoenberg’s groundbreaking musical society. This is the 5pm performance.
Travel to early 20th-century Vienna via a rare live performance of Mahler’s Fourth Symphony in its delightful chamber arrangement, created for Arnold Schoenberg’s groundbreaking musical society. This is the 8:30pm performance.
Why didn’t Schubert finish his Eighth Symphony, universally recognized as one his greatest works? Hear both movements of the ‘Unfinished’ alongside other works connected to its composition, with visuals and spoken text illuminating the mystery of this amazing piece.
Exploring our orchestra and our musical heritage with violinist and composer Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR). Complementing Romain’s unique symphonic explorations are a set of American classics highlighting different aspects of the orchestra.