Milhaud’s strongly jazz-influenced work for small orchestra, based on African folklore. More at Wikipedia…
Here’s a video of Leonard Bernstein conducting most of this work:
Three great concerts: October 25, February 7 and May 1.
‘Cellist Maxine Neuman returns with music director Mike Tietz in the Dvorak ‘Cello Concerto, and works by Haydn, Weber, and Marquez.
Music Director Mike Tietz leads the orchestra in music of Bach, Beethoven, Milhaud and Poulenc.
The famous opening fanfare and ritornello that sets the stage for Monteverdi’s first opera.
This delightful overture is the precursor to Mozart’s last opera, and indeed one of
his last compositions.
This symphony was composed by Dvorak in a short span of several months in 1889. A sunny, cheerful work, it alternates major and minor keys in each of its four […]