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Orchestra Seasons 2018 - 2019 continued - North American
« on: February 08, 2018, 05:22:48 AM »
BRITTEN: War Requiem

BARTOK:  Bluebeard’s Castle, VERDI: Aida, RAUTAVAARA: A Requiem in Our Time, SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony 13 – Babi Yar, James STEPHENSON: Bass Trombone Concerto

DURUFLÉ Requiem    CHADWICK A Vagrom Ballad
a 6-program SIBELIUS Festival, will include the Symphony no. 4!

Andrew NORMAN: Concerto for Percussion + MARTINŮ: Symphony  no. 1, MAHLER Symphony 5 + STRAUSS: Four Last Songs, Jimmy LÓPEZ Symphony no.1, BATES : Anthology of Fantastic Zoology CLYNE : RIFT

BARTOK: Bluebeard’s Castle, RACHMANINOFF: The Bells, DVOŘÁK: Stabat Mater

RAUTAVAARA: Symphony 7, GOLIJOV: Sidereus,  ELLINGTON: Out of the Mist

rarely heard MOZART Oboe Concerto, SIBELIUS: Pojola's Daughter

HOLST: The Planets   MacINTYRE: Piano Concerto  WEISENSEL:Soul of the North  Richard Mascall: Ojibway tale: Nanabush and the Giant Beaver   Alan Hovhaness: The Spirit of Ink   Steve Reich: Different Trains

BRAHMS Requiem

SIBELIUS Violin Concerto (Hadelich) + SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony 10, MAHLER: Symphony 7, MOZART: Cosi fan tutte (concert presentation)

S.F. AREA:  Philharmonia Baroque Orch & Chorale

Alexander von Zemlinsky The Mermaid    Torsten Rasch “Tropoi” Violin Concerto
(US Premiere)

ADLER: Tuba Concerto, C. SCHUMANN: Piano Concerto

DVOŘÁK: Stabat Mater Michel van der Aa  Concerto for Violin and Cello* (North American Première), Gubaidulina
Violin Concerto
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Re: Orchestra Seasons 2018 - 2019 continued - North American
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2018, 06:49:02 AM »
ADLER: Tuba Concerto

I believe this is the first (although I have probably always known that Sam Adler was a composer) I have seen a work of his programmed.
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Re: Orchestra Seasons 2018 - 2019 continued - North American
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2018, 05:20:03 PM »
The Adler piece was written for the Seattle Symphony (and recorded by them) but I am very happy to see it catching on elsewhere.

Dallas's schedule is out and unfortunately, with no music director this year, the list is very conservative. Just one work written after 2000, by Dallas native Christopher Theofanides; nothing by anyone from south of the US border and even the American stuff is Appalachian Spring. The only relative rarities are Rachmaninov's The Bells, Elgar's In the South, Nielsen's Fifth, and Hindemith's Concert Music for strings and brass.

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