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Palm Beach Symphony
Presents
Julian Schwarz

Run Time:
75 minutes (Plus Intermission)
Parental Guide:
n/a
Audience Advisory:
Virtual Live Stream
Julian Schwarz in photo studio next to instrument case

April 19, 2021 at 7:30 pm

Acclaimed for his powerful tone, effortless virtuosity and extraordinarily large color palate, guest cellist Julian Schwarz reunites with his father on the podium to perform two of the program’s four Palm Beach Symphony premieres. He performs Saint-Saëns’ Cello Concerto No. 1, a work which the Hartford Courant noted of a previous concert by Schwarz, is “filled with tricky figuration…Schwarz heard beyond the virtuosic elements. Warmth and a variety of colors emerged in his lyrical playing.”  He also treats the audience to the melodious and tranquil respite of Dvořák: Silent Woods for cello and orchestra. Palm Beach Symphony presents two early works that foreshadowed their composers’ future greatness: William Grant Still’s jazz and blues influenced expression of the Black experience Darker America and Mendelssohn’s fluid and ultimately fiery Symphony No. 1.

Live Streamed from Dreyfoos Hall

Program:

Saint-Saëns: Cello Concerto No. 1, in A Minor, Op. 33  (Palm Beach Symphony Premiere)
Dvořák: Silent Woods, B. 182  (Palm Beach Symphony Premiere)
Still: Darker America  (Palm Beach Symphony Premiere)
Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 11 (Palm Beach Symphony Premiere)

This performance will be broadcast digitally in high-quality video and audio. Streams can be watched on computers, tablets, smartphones, and TVs – and will be viewable for an entire week following the concert date.

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Julian Schwarz in photo studio next to instrument case

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