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SYMPHONY+ Dvořák Symphony No. 7

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Dvořák’s Symphony No. 7 is superbly adjusted, intensely expressive music in which melodies appear in almost limitless supply, music fired by a vigorous lyrical Bohemian spirit, warmed by tenderness but never smothered by sentimentality.

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SYMPHONY+ Masterworks 3 – Dedicated to Ukraine

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The ASO is proud to dedicate this Masterworks performance, including Melody by Ukrainian composer Miroslav Skoryk, to the people of Ukraine. Our program was to have included a performance of Shostakovich Violin Concerto No. 1 with renowned Russian Violinist Vadim Repin. Out of respect for the people of Ukraine experiencing the brutal invasion by Russia and out of concern for the safety of Mr. Repin, we cancelled the appearance by Mr. Repin and did not present the Shostakovich Concerto. In its place we performed Melody by Miroslav Skoryk. The ASO has contributed to the Ukraine Crisis Fund through www.care.org in support of humanitarian relief and would encourage others wishing to support Ukraine to consider making their own contribution.

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SYMPHONY+ Novo’s Rite of Spring

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Perfectly timed for the wild abandon of spring, NOVO’S RITE OF SPRING is the fourth of our Masterworks Concerts; April 8 & 9, 2022. Leticia Moreno joins us for a perennial favorite; Mendelssohn’s violin concerto. Plus a rare treat to hear the Mississippi River Suite by Florence Price; the first African-American woman composer.

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SYMPHONY+ Celebrate America!

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A rousing opening to the season celebrating aspects of America. Copland’s El Salón México is a postcard impression of Mexico through its dance hall melodies. Samuel Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915 evokes the tranquil and dreamlike American South. With text taken from the Ellis Island Oral History Project, Peter Boyer’s work tells the stories of seven different immigrants from seven different countries who arrived between 1910 and 1940. Their stories transcend generations and still resonate today.

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