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September 26 - 29
"The symphony must embrace the world," said Gustav Mahler. And
in his heartfelt Symphony No. 4, he reveals his world through the
innocent eyes of a child. Jaap van Zweden conducts
Mahler's moving Fourth Symphony.
Jaap van Zweden conducts
Alessio Bax, piano
Chen Reiss, soprano
BARBER Piano Concerto
MAHLER Symphony No. 4
Barber's Piano Concerto was first performed in 1962 during the first week of concerts at the brand new Philharmonic Hall in Lincoln Center. More >>
Symphony No. 4
Opening with sleigh bells and lyrical, warm melodies, Mahler's Fourth is the most endearing of all his large orchestral works, enveloping us in the sunlit world of children. More >>
Highly acclaimed for performances with the world's leading orchestras, Jaap van Zweden is in his sixth season as Music Director of the Dallas Symphony. More >>
A 2009 Avery Fisher Career Grant recipient, pianist Alessio Bax has performed with more than 100 orchestras and is on the teaching faculty at SMU. More >>
Soprano Chen Reiss has performed leading roles at the Vienna State Opera, Teatro alla Scala, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Opera Company of Philadelphia and the Israeli Opera. More >>
The Maestro's Choice
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