Program notes for the our concert The French Connection on January 21, 2017, at the King Center for the Performing Arts. Two performances at 2PM & 8PM.
Off the Podium – The Blog
Last night the orchestra had its first rehearsal for this weekend’s Voyage to Jupiter program featuring music by John Corigliano, Johann Sebastian Bach and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. We spent most of the rehearsal working on Mozart’s Symphony No. 41 – the so called Jupiter Symphony.
This Saturday’s concert by your Brevard Symphony Orchestra features great music by some of music history’s biggest names – and a few “firsts” for your BSO.
Avery Fischer Career Grant recipient Benjamin Beilman joins your BSO for Sibelius’ gorgeous Violin Concerto on Saturday, November 21st at the King Center for the Performing Arts. Benjamin has appeared as soloist with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra among many others.
Maestro sat down with Mark Piszczek- Composer and former BSO musician to discuss the WORLD PREMIERE of his piece “Songs from the Gulf of Sorrows” which we will perform on Saturday, October 24th, at the King Center for the Performing Arts.
Every performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is an event and we want you, your friends and your family, to join us THIS Saturday, October 24th, at the King Center for the Performing Arts. We’ll also present the WORLD PREMIERE of local composer Mark Piszczek’s “Songs from the Gulf of Sorrows.”
It’s a thrill to conduct all the different music we perform throughout the season – I love the great classics, I enjoy presenting brand new music, and it’s always fun to perform music of different styles on our Pops concerts. But every know and then, I feel privileged to have the chance to conduct a piece of music that is truly magnificent. This week is my first experience conducting Franz Schubert’s Symphony No. 9 in C Major, which has inherited the subtitle Great
We have an exciting and diverse program to share with you this Saturday as we present our Annual Subscription Series Pops program. This year’s theme is Symphonic Spectacular. The program was modeled after the classic Arthur Fiedler/Boston Pops concerts which always included familiar/light classics, a talented soloist, and a collection of fun arrangements of popular music from Film, Broadway and more.
Maestro Confessore and Composer Steve Kornicki sit down to discuss the upcoming world premiere of Mr. Kornicki’s piece “Fanfare in a Continuum of Gradual Momentum!”