Courtney Lewis, Music Director
|MAHLER||Symphony No. 1, “Titan”|
Ravel’s La Valse elicits a broader range of interpretations than nearly any of the French composer’s works. It may well be the deepest exploration of Romanticism by this otherwise Classical and Impressionist composer. The Symphony will reach the end of this mighty season’s voyage with the pinnacle of Beethoven’s lineage, Gustav Mahler and his “Titan” First Symphony. “It’s one of the most spellbinding moments of symphonic inspiration in the 19th century: the opening of Gustav Mahler’s First Symphony.