Why See Oregon Symphony - Dvorak?
A Joyful Masterpiece
Dvorak's joyful Eighth Symphony lights up the Arlene Schnitzer this February in joyful celebration! With Simone Lamsma soloing on the Violin, the Oregon Symphony leads the charge with an upbeat and optimistic evening of music.
Composed in 1889, Dvorak's Eighth Symphony is one full of rejoicing as the composer celebrates his election to the Bohemian Academy of Science, Literature and Arts. The symphony stands out from its contemporaries with its cheerful tone, with Dvorak's fellow composers preferring a more dark and brooding tone. A true masterpiece of its day, don't miss your chance to hear it live!
Prokofiev - Symphony No. 1, 'Classical'
Khachaturian - Violin Concerto
Dvorak - Symphony No. 8
Opening night: 9 February 2019
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