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Drinks and Discovery with Daniel

Tuesday, March 10 // 5:00PM - 6:30PM

Join the Weinbergers and special guest Daniel Bernard Roumain, violinist and wcfsymphony 2014-15 composer-in-residence, for an unforgettable evening of musical exploration in a surprise Cedar Valley architectural space. Daniel is one of today’s most dynamic musicians and collaborators, having worked with Philip Glass, Cassandra Wilson, Bill T. Jones, Savion Glover and Lady Gaga. He and Jason will offer a program of live performance and discussion that will transform your view of classical music, accompanied by drinks and light food provided by Jenette Weinberger’s new food and style marketplace, Farm Shed. The surprise location will be communicated directly to attendees the week of the event. All proceeds benefit wcfsymphony.

Hearst Center for the Arts, Cedar Falls
Hosted by Jenette & Jason Weinberger
$75 per person – 8 spots left

Performance: Rediscover

Aaron Copland – Fanfare for the Common Man
Joan Tower – For the Uncommon Woman
Samuel Barber – Adagio for Strings
Charles Ives – Variations on ‘America’
Daniel Bernard Roumain – Woodbox Violin Concerto
Daniel Bernard Roumain – A Young Person’s GPS for Our Orchestra; Themes and Variations on Haitian Folk Song (World Premiere)

Violinist and 2015 composer-in-residence Daniel Bernard Roumain offers a whole new way of looking at the orchestra and American music. In addition to performing his own concerto – which melds his classical music roots with a multicolored spectrum of popular music – Roumain will present the world premiere of a new version of Britten’s famous guide to the orchestra. Complementing Roumain’s symphonic explorations are a set of American classics highlighting different aspects of the orchestra.

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