Symphony to Serenade

Chamber Soirées

Single tickets go on sale Tuesday September 3, 2019

February 27, 2020Thursday | 5:30 pm | Holley Hall
March 1, 2020Sunday | 4:00 pm | Holley Hall

Program

KOETSIER    Brass Symphony, Op. 80

Anthony Limoncelli, trumpet; Daniel Kasteen, trumpet; TBD, trumpets; TBD, horn; Brad Williams, trombone; TBD, trombones; Marc Morgan, bass trombone; Aaron Tindall, tuba

IBERT    Trio

Daniel Jordan, violin; Natalie Helm, cello; Katherine Siochi, harp

DVOŘÁK   Serenade for Strings in E Major, Op. 22

String Orchestra: 
Violin: Samantha Bennett; Chung-Yon Hong; Meghan Jones; Jennifer Best Takeda
Viola: Rachel Halvorson; Nathan Frantz
Cello: Christopher Schnell; Chizuko Matsusaka
Bass: John Miller

An embarrassment of riches awaits the listener in this program featuring works for large ensembles. Dutch composer Jan Koetsier composed his Brass Symphony in 1979 and it quickly became a favorite among brass players worldwide. Witness the power and agility of today’s brass instruments as 10 master players bring this tuneful work to life. Jacques Ibert’s Trio for Violin, Cello and Harp provides moments of wit and ethereal repose before 9 string players take the stage for Dvořák’s Serenade for Strings. Composed in just 12 days in 1875, this work is without a doubt one of the sunniest that the Czech master ever penned. The joy and contentment that Dvořák was experiencing at that time, with his new bride and first born son, shine through in every movement of the work and are guaranteed to be contagious.

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 There's no doubt, audiences are thrilled by the Sarasota Orchestra's new music director, Anu Tali. She's brought an intense energy from the orchestra in previous performances and we found this yet again in a downright thrill ride of an encounter...  

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 Literally gripping the arms of my seat, I was not the only one propelled on this rollercoaster of delightful music.  

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 Every section and soloist within the orchestra played their role with strength and beauty; every tree proud and tall. Tali served as an excellent guide leading the forces with assured confidence. The overall sound was lush and, yes, intense just where it needed to be.  

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 The Sarasota Orchestra was brimming with bubbling energy...  

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 A lifetime of musical moments, cinematic in scope, gave every section of the orchestra a leading role at one time or another. Chief among them was the virtuosic solo of concertmaster Daniel Jordan.  

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 It was a thrill ride resulting in an explosion of audience enthusiasm.  

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 Tali conveyed a clear vision for the dramatic outline of this symphony, carefully pacing the darker, searching character of the music with pastoral conversations among voices in the orchestra.  

Written byThe Observer

 If you haven’t seen Tali yet, this will be a great introduction to the skyrocketing conductor who’s quickly becoming a household name around the world. You’ll see why we feel we’re lucky to have her here.  

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