Peninsula Symphony with Pianist Jeffrey Siegel: Grieg, Dvorak
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Sibelius – Spring Song, Op. 16
Grieg – Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 16
Dvorak – Symphony No. 8 in G Major, Op. 88
Great American pianist Jeffrey Siegel returns for his fifth appearance with the Peninsula Symphony. Siegel has performed with orchestras and conductors throughout the world and brings an uncommon passion and artistry to his music-making. The centerpiece of the concert, Grieg’s Piano Concerto, is a piece for which Siegel is nationally recognized and is one of the most celebrated of piano works, replete with ravishing melody and powerful drama. The evening will also include Dvorak’s supremely poetic and festive Symphony No. 8 in G Major.