Mission Chamber Orchestra Connects California Past & Present in Innovative Program
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The last date listed for Mission Chamber Orchestra of San Jose: Native Voices was Saturday February 8, 2014 / 7:30pm.
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Pianist Sandra Wright Shen takes the stage with conductor Emily Ray and the acclaimed Mission Chamber Orchestra of San Jose for their 19th season opener, which spotlights Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 21 in C, as well as Schubert's Symphony No. 6 in the same key. Shen won first prize in the 2012 International Piano Competition of France, and has toured the world, with appearances at the Kennedy Center, the Monte Carlo Opera House and elsewhere. She'll show her stuff on Mozart's concerto, known as "Elvira Madigan," or so it was dubbed after 1967, when its second movement was featured in a Swedish film by that name. Plus, the Monta Vista High School Chamber Orchestra are set to appear as guest artists for the concert, which coincides with the opening of the Trianon Art Gallery, featuring paintings by local artists. Learn More
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Mission Chamber Orchestra plays programs that are interesting - I heard several works for the first time, and liked them. and they play well. The Trianon is great hall for acoustic music. Violin soloist Tessa Lark played the Beethoven Violin Concerto superbly and movingly. Hat's off to the MCO leadership.
Tom Taylor - __Ishi Sings
__Ludwig van Beethoven – Violin Concerto in D
Granville Bantock - Old English Suite
Peggy Stuart Coolidge - Pioneer Dances
Tessa Lark, _violinist___
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About the Ticket Supplier: Mission Chamber Orchestra of San Jose
The Mission Chamber Orchestra performs symphonic works in small venues at affordable prices. The orchestra, conducted by Emily Ray, reaches out to the diverse audiences of Silicon Valley with both special ethnic concerts and traditional concerts. Exciting professional soloists are featured, and the orchestra also presents works by contemporary composers.