Mar 8, 2024 |Alexander W. Dreyfoos Concert Hall
Franz Welser-Möst, Conductor
The Vienna Philharmonic makes their long overdue Kravis Center debut. Appearing annually at Carnegie Hall, the orchestra has performed only in one other city in Florida! Widely considered the finest and most important orchestra in the world, Vienna Philharmonic will be joined by guest conductor, Franz Welser-Möst—who enjoys a particularly close and productive artistic partnership with the Vienna Philharmonic, regularly conducting the orchestra at home and on tour. Their performance will open with Alban Berg’s Three Pieces for Orchestra, and includes Mahler’s epic Ninth Symphony, the last he completed, which the Vienna Philharmonic premiered in 1912.
Program to include:
Berg, Three Pieces for Orchestra, Op. 6
Mahler, Symphony No. 9
Beyond The Stage Pre-Concert Talk
Hosted by the Kravis Center’s Classical Artistic Advisor, Phillip Bergmann, gives the inside story of the music, musicians and composers for each classical performance. Pre-concert talks include interesting facts and background about the music and highlight elements of interest to all audience members and feature interviews with special guests from the ensembles.
Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis
Christine and Max G. Ansbacher
Mr. Jim Huang Family
Eleanor and Frank Pao
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