Beethoven Symphony No. 7

Bulgarian conductor Stilian Kirov returns for a program full of old and new favorites and features for the entire orchestra. Eric Ewazen’s Symphony in Brass brings our brass and percussion sections to the forefront, before Christi Zuniga shines in Piston’s dancing, stellar Concertino for Piano and Orchestra. Dvorak’s Czech Suite and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 thrill with their robust and frolicking melodies.

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