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The grandeur of Beethoven's "Emperor" piano concerto, the mystery of Schubert's "Unfinished" symphony and the charm of Brahms' Variations on a Theme by Haydn make for a quintessentially classical evening with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.
A ferocious cadenza early in Rachmaninoff's third piano concerto separates the students from the masters in this all-Rachmaninoff program that also includes the sublime Symphony No. 3 conducted by Edo de Waart and features pianist Natasha Paremski.
Jazz things up with an all-American program of Bernstein, Gershwin, Ellington and a world premiere by Douglas J. Cuomo with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra at Bass Performance Hall.
An all-Russian concert, the program launches with Glinka's spirited Overture to Ruslan and Ludmila, Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4, and the FWSO's own concertmaster, Michael Shih, steps into the limelight to perform Glazunov's Violin Concerto.
After an explosion of neoclassical energy in the form of Prokofiev's "Classical" Symphony, this program continues with favorites by Beethoven, Mozart, and a 21st century neo-baroque musical fireworks show called "Spectacle of Light."
Once proclaimed to be unplayable, Tchaikovsky's soaring Violin Concerto taps into some of humanity's most poignant sensibilities, while Mahler's Symphony No. 1 remains a titan of the symphonic repertoire. Hear both works at Bass Hall performed by the FWSO.
Reinecke's breezy Flute Concerto acts as a perfect vehicle for FWSO principal flute Jake Fridkis to showcase his mastery before Roberto Abbado, who returns following a successful debut with the FWSO two seasons ago, takes on Liszt's Les Préludes.
Worlds collide in this special program that pairs the musical might of the FWSO with the elegance and poise of Texas Ballet Theater for a program of Stravinsky, Ravel, Brian Raphael Nabors and more.
Can you figure out the riddle? The key to Elgar's Enigma Variations have stumped scholars for more than a century while Saint-Säens' fierce Cello Concerto No. 1 provides a hot-blooded balance to the evening's offerings.
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