The Sheboygan Symphony’s March concert is a celebration of ‘Favorites from the SSO’s Recent Past’ that spotlights five works of music. All selections, except one, are highlighted repertory from the last two music directors’ tenures. The single selection that is new to the concerts is a suite of music from the movie A River Runs Through It.
Music Director Kevin McMahon stated, “The concert opens with the lively and beautiful Autumn from The Seasons by composer Alexander Glazunov. We continue with a beautiful evocation of Spain in Emmanuel Chabrier’s España. A true piece of Americana, and written for dancer Martha Graham, the orchestra will continue with the Suite from Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring.”
Next on the program is Mark Isham’s Suite from the movie A River Runs Through It. McMahon added, “During the performance of this piece, images will be projected of Sheboygan, Sheboygan County and the 100 Years of the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra. The concert closes with a traditional orchestral barn burner, the seventh symphony of Ludwig van Beethoven.”
1. The concert is Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 7:30 pm at the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts.
2. Tickets are available for the March 16th concert. Ticket prices are $44, $40, $35 and $20 for students. Please call the Weill Center Office at (920) 208-3243. Tickets are also available in the box office two hours prior to concert.
3. The Interludes Pre-Concert talk begins at 6:30 pm. It is a free event for concert ticket holders. Space is limited, and an R.S.V.P is required. For more information contact us at email@example.com