Oregon Symphony with Violinist Baiba Skride: Khachaturian, Debussy and More
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The last date listed for Oregon Symphony with Violinist Baiba Skride: Khachaturian, Debussy and More was Monday March 14, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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All four Portland Youth Philharmonic ensembles and the and the Alumni Orchestra will share the stage for Concert-at-Christmas. With two full symphony orchestras, a chamber orchestra, a wind ensemble and a string orchestra, the Portland Youth Philharmonic Association is made up of outstanding young musicians chosen by open auditions. These up-and-coming talents hail from communities across the region, and represent more than 100 different schools. For this show, they'll play Berlioz's Le Corsaire Overture and Wolf-Ferrari's Il Segreto di Susanna. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- Find out more about Baiba Skride at her Sony Classical website.
- A pre-concert conversation with conductor Carlos Kalmar and All Classical FM's Robert McBride begins an hour before each concert.
Expect a night of contrasts as Carlos Kalmar pairs two of the 20th century's most imaginative musical creations: the boldly expressive Violin Concerto of Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian alongside Claude Debussy's sublime, impressionist La Mer.
Carlos Kalmar, conductor
Baiba Skride, violin
Jean Sibelius: The Oceanides
Aram Khachaturian: Violin Concerto
Franz Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 39
Claude Debussy: La Mer
About the Ticket Supplier: Oregon Symphony
Since the Oregon Symphony was established more than 100 years ago, it has been recognized for its internationally acclaimed music directors, skilled performers, diverse programs and outstanding community services in education and regional touring. The Oregon Symphony now ranks among the largest orchestras in the nation and as one of the largest arts organizations in the Northwest, with an attendance of more than 225,000 people annually and 76 full-time musicians.