Composer John Adams Conducts the National Symphony Orchestra with Violinist Leila Josefowicz
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The National Symphony Orchestra's latest innovative program, NEW MOVES: symphony + dance, kicks off with a concert featuring the combined talents of the NSO and dancers from KEIGWIN + COMPANY. On the bill will be selections from Leonard Bernstein's On the Town and On the Waterfront, with new choreography by Larry Keigwin. The orchestra will also showcase William Schuman's New England Triptych, the 1956 three-part series of tone poems. Finally, Sue Heineman, the NSO's principal bassoonist, will be featured on Marc Neikrug's Bassoon Concerto. Learn More
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I was at this concert Saturday night because I had already heard it Thursday night. I'm sorry that I missed it on Friday afternoon. Dharma at Big Sur is a triumph. I have had the recording for several months but nothing beats hearing it live. Those of you who missed it should watch for other opportunities to hear it. I feel so blessed to be alive while John Adams is composing.
John Adams returns for a program that includes two of his works, The Dharma at Big Sur, featuring violinist Leila Josefowicz, and his Doctor Atomic Symphony. Also on the program are works by Britten and Stravinsky.
Britten: Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, Op. 33a
Adams: The Dharma at Big Sur
Stravinsky: _F__eu d’Artifice _
Adams: Dr. Atomic Symphony
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