CHANGE OF ARTIST – FEBRUARY 8, 9 AND 10, 2018
Dallas, TX (February 2, 2018) - Due to health reasons, cellist Harriet Krijgh will unfortunately not be able to perform with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in concerts on February 8, 9 and 10, 2018.
We are pleased to announce that Dallas Symphony Orchestra musicians Erin Hannigan, Ted Soluri, Nathan Olson and Theodore Harvey will perform Haydn’s Sinfonia concertante for Oboe, Bassoon, Violin, Cello and Orchestra in B-flat major, Hob I: 105 in place of the Cello Concerto on the concerts on February 8, 9 and 10, 2018. The remainder of the program will be performed as announced. The amended program is below.
THU 8 FRI 9 SAT 10 | 7:30 PM
JAAP VAN ZWEDEN CONDUCTS
HAYDN Sinfonia concertante in B-flat major, Hob I: 105
(Approximate duration 22 minutes)
III. Allegro con spirito
ERIN HANNIGAN OBOE
TED SOLURI BASSOON
NATHAN OLSON VIOLIN
THEODORE HARVEY CELLO
RACHMANINOFF Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Op. 27
(Approximate duration 59 minutes)
I. Largo – Allegro moderato
II. Allegro molto
IV. Allegro vivace
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
NANCY P. & JOHN G. PENSON CHAIR
Erin Hannigan joined the Dallas Symphony Orchestra as Principal Oboe in 2001. She was formerly a member of the Rochester Philharmonic from 1994 - 2001. She has appeared as guest Principal Oboist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. In June 2008, her first solo CD From Hafiz to Firewing (and Beyond) was released on the Crystal Records label. Hannigan is adjunct Associate Professor of Oboe at Southern Methodist University and teaches at the Festival Institute at Round Top in the summers.
IRENE H. WADEL & ROBERT I. ATHA, JR. CHAIR
Ted Soluri became Principal Bassoon of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in 2015, in the Irene H. Wadel & Robert I. Atha, Jr. Chair. Prior to his appointment, he held the same position with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra for 11 years and the Santa Fe Opera for nine. Soluri has performed with the Cleveland Orchestra, the Grant Park Music Festival Orchestra, the Columbus Symphony Orchestra and the Alabama Symphony Orchestra. Soluri received his Bachelor of Music degree from Florida State University and his Master of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music.
FANCHON & HOWARD HALLAM CHAIR
A native of Berkeley, California, Nathan Olson holds the position of Co-Concertmaster with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and is former Adjunct Faculty at the University of North Texas. He has appeared as Guest Concertmaster with the Symphony Orchestras of Pittsburgh and Toronto, and as Principal Second Violin with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. An enthusiastic chamber musician, Olson is a member of the Baumer String Quartet and won the Silver Medal at the Fischoff Competition. While completing his music degrees at the Cleveland Institute of Music, Olson earned minors in both Mathematics and Music Theory.
ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL CELLO
Theodore Harvey joined the Dallas Symphony in September 2008 and was appointed Associate Principal Cello in 2015. He has been a soloist with orchestras including the Indianapolis, New World and Dallas symphonies. Born in Flint, Michigan, Harvey grew up in Indianapolis and studied at Indiana University and Juilliard. Prior to Dallas, he was a Fellow of the New World Symphony and Assistant Principal Cello of the Charlotte Symphony. In October 2017, he was invested as an Honorary Knight of the Royal House of Portugal by HRH the Duke of Braganza.
ABOUT THE DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra, under the leadership of Music Director Jaap van Zweden, presents the finest in orchestral music at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, regarded as one of the world's premier concert halls. As the largest performing arts organization in the Southwest, the DSO is committed to inspiring the broadest possible audience with distinctive classical programs, inventive pops concerts and innovative multi-media presentations. In fulfilling its commitment to the community, the orchestra reaches more than 230,000 adults and children through performances, educational programs and community outreach initiatives. The DSO’s involvement with the City of Dallas and the surrounding region includes an award-winning multi-faceted educational program, community projects, popular parks concerts and youth programming. The DSO has a tradition dating back to 1900, and it is a cornerstone of the unique, 68 acre Arts District in downtown Dallas that is home to multiple performing arts venues, museums and parks; the largest district of its kind in the nation. The DSO is supported, in part, by funds from the Office of Cultural Affairs, City of Dallas.