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Yi-Jia Susanne Hou: Encore Performance

Yi-Jua Susanne Hou

Kelly Kuo, piano
Yi-Jia Susanne Hou, violin

Joyful Finale

Joyful Finale

Kelly Kuo, conductor
Young Soloist Competition winners, TBA

ZHOU TIAN                                                            Joy
YOUNG SOLOIST COMPETITION WINNERS       TBD
MOZART                                                                 Symphony No. 41 in C Major, K. 551, “Jupiter”

The Heavenly Life

The Heavenly Life

Kelly Kuo, conductor
Rachel Sterrenberg, soprano

MOZART                    An Chloë, K.524
                                   Als Luise die Briefe, K.520
                                   Die Zufriedenheit, K.349
                                   Die ihr des unermesslichen Weltalls Schöpfer ehrt, Cantata for voice and piano, K.619

MAHLER (arr.SIMON)    Symphony No. 4

Amadeus! Amadeus! Amadeus!

Amadeus! Amadeus! Amadeus!

Kelly Kuo, conductor
Jeff Nelsen, horn

HINDEMITH (arr. FRANZ WILLIAMS)       Tuttifäntchen (OMP premiere)
MOZART                                                    Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-flat Major, K. 447 (OMP premiere)
MOZART                                                    Symphony No. 30 in D Major, K. 202
MOZART                                                    Horn Concerto No. 4 in E-flat Major, K. 495 (OMP premiere)

Opening Night: Revolution!

Opening Night: Revolution!

Kelly Kuo, conductor
David Shifrin, clarinet

KORNGOLD                        Much Ado About Nothing: Suite (OMP premiere)
BRAHMS (arr. BERIO)         Concerto in F Minor for Clarinet, Op. 120, No. 1 (OMP premiere)
BEETHOVEN                       Symphony No. 7

Élégance

Élégance

Kelly Kuo, conductor
Mark Kosower, cello

FAURÉ                   Masques et Bergamasques
SAINT-SAËNS        Cello Concerto No. 2 in D Minor, Op. 119 (OMP Premiere)
FAURÉ                   Élégie (OMP Premiere)
POULENC             Sinfonietta

Berwick Academy: Don Quixote

quixote

Lars Ulrik Mortensen conducts from the harpsichord for the final Berwick Academy concert of 2017. The recipient of the prestigious Sonning Music Prize – Denmark's highest musical honor – Mortensen conducts an evening of energetic works from French Baroque composer Jean-Philippe Rameau, exemplary pieces from Muffat, and a Don Quixote tale from Telemann.

Lars Ulrik Mortensen, conductor

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[Re]Discovery, Part III: St. John Passion

[RE]DISCOVERY, PART I: ST. JOHN PASSION

For his first Good Friday in Leipzig, Bach composed an "urgently dramatic" (Chicago Tribune) oratorio, based on the Gospel of John. Nearly 300 years later, Matthew Halls breaks down the Passion for you. [re]Discover everything you love about Bach. Presented in three parts.

Part Three concludes our series with crucifixion and the death of Jesus.

Nicholas Phan, tenor; OBF Orchestra; OBF Chorus; OBF Vocal Fellows; OBF Master Class in Conducting; Matthew Halls, master teacher

[Re]Discovery, Part II: St. John Passion

[RE]DISCOVERY, PART I: ST. JOHN PASSION

For his first Good Friday in Leipzig, Bach composed an "urgently dramatic" (Chicago Tribune) oratorio, based on the Gospel of John. Nearly 300 years later, Matthew Halls breaks down the Passion for you. [re]Discover everything you love about Bach. Presented in three parts.

Part Two of our series examines the trial by Pontius Pilate, the placing of the iconic thorny crown, and the arduous journey to Golgatha.

Nicholas Phan, tenor; OBF Orchestra; OBF Chorus; OBF Vocal Fellows; OBF Master Class in Conducting; Matthew Halls, master teacher

The Protecting Veil and Howells' Requiem

THE PROTECTING VEIL AND HOWELLS' REQUIEM

Two 20th century works pair together for an afternoon of truly beautiful reverence and reflection. Drawing from Tavener's Russian Orthodox faith, The Protecting Veil pays tribute to the people of 10th-century Constantinople, who found the courage to fend off a siege when a vision of the Virgin Mary appeared to them. The soul-stirring cello concerto is followed by Howells' homage to the deep grief and eternal hope that often accompanies untimely death.

Andrew Yee, cello; OBF Chamber Orchestra; OBF Chorus; Matthew Halls, conductor

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