National Symphony Orchestra with Violinist Leonidas Kavakos
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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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AfterWords: The Thursday, Nov. 17 performance is followed by a free discussion with Christoph Eschenbach, Leonidas Kavakos, and NSO Director of Artistic Planning Nigel Boon.
Christoph Eschenbach continues the NSO’s exploration of Beethoven with the verdant Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral.” Also on the program, Leonidas Kavakos plays another work of German genius, Brahms’s Violin Concerto.
*"BRAHMS":http://www.kennedy-center.org/calendar/?fuseaction=composition&composition_id=2655 - Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77
BEETHOVEN No. 6 in F major, Op. 68, "Pastoral"*
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