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Bach, Mahler & Symphonic Metamorphosis

Sep 19 & 21
CYO

Ken-David Masur conducts this program curated by NY Phil Musicians, featuring Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis, which bursts with energy from the first bar. “You may hear a parade go by, or a funeral, or you may recognize the passage of those who are making Civil Rights demands,” Duke Ellington said of his Harlem. Works by Mahler and Richard Strauss showcase their respective early styles, and a World Premiere by Augusta Read Thomas rounds out the program.

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Location

Wu Tsai Theater, David Geffen Hall

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Program

Augusta Read Thomas

New work (World Premiere–New York Philharmonic Commission)

J.S. Bach–Mahler

Overture, Badinerie, and Gavotte from Suite

Ellington / Orch. Henderson, ed. Mauceri

Harlem

Mahler

Blumine, from Symphony No. 1, Titan

R. Strauss

Prelude to Act II of Guntram

Hindemith

Symphonic Metamorphoses on Themes by Carl Maria von Weber

Artists

Ken-David Masur Conductor

Noted for his keen musical intelligence, imaginative programming, and unmistakable charisma, Ken-David Masur is in his fifth season as music director of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and as principal conductor of the Chicago Symphony’s Civic Orchestra.

Learn more about Ken-David Masur