Boston Symphony Orchestra Plays Adès, With the Composer Conducting
$25 - $30*
$69 - $77
The Boston Symphony Orchestra welcomes Thomas Adès, the English composer-conductor-pianist, for a return appearance, and he's bringing some more of his own music. His symphonic poem Polaris is a special treat, calling for a spatial arrangement of the brass around the auditorium, immersing the audience in the sound. The orchestra will also be playing Mendelssohn's Hebrides Overture, inspired by his memories of the Scottish seascape, and Charles Ives's Orchestral Set No. 2, a series of smaller tone poems on subjects from New England and New York. The Thursday and Saturday concerts will also include César Franck's powerful Symphony in D minor, his most enduring orchestral work.
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The last date listed for Boston Symphony Orchestra Plays Mendelssohn, Adès, Ives and Franck was Saturday October 12, 2013 / 8:00pm.