Nova Vista Symphony: Celebration of Johannes Brahms
Nova Vista Symphony's Celebration of Brahms With Helene Wickett
Nova Vista Symphony, the Santa Clara Valley's largest, long-standing community orchestra, presents its Celebration of Johannes Brahms at De Anza College's Visual and Performing Arts Center. The program features three works by the legendary German composer who is an icon of the Romantic period. Academic Festival Overture
will kick off the concert, while the timeless Symphony No. 2 will conclude the festivities. In between, Bay Area favorite Helene Wickett will take the stage for a rendition of Piano Concerto No. 1. Tony Quartuccio conducts.
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Brahms: Academic Festival Overture
Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1, featuring Helene Wickett, piano
Brahms: Symphony No. 2
About the Ticket Supplier: Nova Vista Symphony
The Nova Vista Symphony, established in 1966, is composed of more than 60 volunteer musicians of wide age range and ethnic background. The orchestra's fourfold mission is: to make live classical music attractive and accessible to individuals and families at a reasonable price; to expose youngsters to classical music and educate tomorrow's audiences; to provide an opportunity for musicians talented but choosing careers other than music to perform with a top quality orchestra; and to provide a showcase for local soloists and composers.