October 30, 2021
We open with a work of uncommon beauty and feeling of timelessness: American composer George Rochberg’s Transcendental Variations, written as a response to personal tragedy. Mark Kosower, principal cello of The Cleveland Orchestra, will continue to transport and dazzle us with Boccherini’s Cello Concerto in D, G. 479 – a work that spotlights both the lyric and virtuosic aspects of the cello.
January 22, 2022
Ring in the new year with festive music by Franz Joseph Haydn, Joan Tower, and George Gershwin! Bask in the joyous glow of the Parisian concert scene with Haydn’s Symphony No.83, “The Hen,” before being transported home to the USA for folk and jazz inspired music.