Saturday, January 20, 2018 | 8:00PM
Sunday, January 21, 2018 | 4:00PM
Donato Cabrera, music conductor
WHAT'S INTERESTING ABOUT THIS CONCERT
- Regarded the father of Czech music, Bedrich Smetana [Bed-REECH Smeh-TAH-nah], wrote this piece named after a river that flows through Prague, and he gives the flutes a workout in it.
- Composer Max Bruch wrote over 200 works, with his first violin concerto remaining one of the most popular pieces for solo violin and orchestra today.
- Beethoven's Sixth Symphony, aka the Pastoral Symphony, was composed at the same time as the famous Fifth, and each movement's title is a sentence by the composer about the outdoor scene he is trying to depict.
Bruch—Violin Concerto No. 1
Alexi Kenney, violin
This concert is part of our new Saturday Night Series. For a limited time, get ANY SEAT IN THE HOUSE for just $99* for the package, including:
- A Lemony Snicket Holiday - December 23 at 8PM
- Pastoral Beethoven - January 20 at 8PM
- Mozart Requiem - March 17 at 8PM
*Subject to availability. Offer good through August 31. No promotion code required. Not available to current subscribers.
Buy online or call the Lesher Center Ticket Office at 925.943.7469.
Making Concerts Fun Again
Free pre-concert talk with Maestro Cabrera begins an hour before the performance
Bring your drinks to your seats
Phones on and silent allowed
Clap when you like what you hear
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