French Flair, A Musical Journey with the Sacramento Philharmonic
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Pink Floyd tribute band Brit Floyd performs Discovery, a stunning three-hour chronological recreation of the psychedelic rock legends' career. With a dazzling laser and light show and expert musicianship, Brit Floyd takes you on a trip from 1967's The Piper at the Gates of Dawn to 1994's The Division Bell and plenty in between. Brit Floyd brings you note-for-note renditions of Pink Floyd's greatest songs, a legacy that includes classic rock staples like "Wish You Were Here," "Comfortably Numb," "Money" and "Another Brick in the Wall," to name a few, plus lesser known gems. Original animation, inspired by the iconic artwork of longtime Pink Floyd collaborator Storm Thorgerson, tops off Discovery. Learn More
5 Poèms of Trakl (for baritone & orchestra)
Philippe Hersant (American premiere)
Piano Concerto in G Major — Maurice Ravel
“Iberia,” from Images for Orchestra, No. 2
Bolero — Maurice Ravel
Michael Morgan – conductor
Jeffrey Kahane – piano (Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra debut)
Brian Leerhuber – baritone
About the Ticket Supplier: Sacramento Philharmonic OrchestraThe Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra is more than the 83 musicians and Music Director, Michael Morgan, seen on stage.
Their family includes a dedicated board of directors and a host of staff members, volunteers, donors and organizations that have banded together to preserve and promote great classical music in the Sacramento region.
Indeed, with partnerships with the Sacramento Opera and the Sacramento Ballet; support from the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra Foundation (formerly the Sacramento Symphony Foundation) and the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission; and strong relationships with the Sacramento Philharmonic League (formerly the Sacramento Symphony League) and other organizations, it is no wonder that the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra has been widely acknowledged as the "successor" to the old Sacramento Symphony.