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December 2019

Symphonic Dances – Symphony in 60

December 19

In Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances lies an intense nostalgia for years gone by. Audience favorite Nathan Aspinall returns to the Jacoby Symphony Hall stage to lead the Symphony through a piece filled with rhythmic energy and warm colors perfect for the holiday season.

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January 2020

Schumann’s Four Day Symphony – Symphony in 60

January 9, 2020

Four days. That’s how long it took Robert Schumann to write his First Symphony. He spent his first 30 years living in the shadow of Beethoven’s symphonies writing pieces more modest in scale and then burst forth with an explosion of creative energy. Schumann didn’t need to write this piece to cement his place in history, but it certainly elevated it.

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March 2020

Copland and Ellington – Symphony in 60

March 19, 2020

Three works connected by America’s greatest gift to the musical world: jazz. While Duke Ellington lived in the genre, both Copland and Stravinsky found inspiration and influence in its elements, each in their own style and language.

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April 2020

Brahms Symphony No. 2 – Symphony in 60

April 23, 2020

The Symphony No. 2 by Brahms shines as one of the brightest stars in the symphonic universe. Conductor Matthew Halls returns to pair Brahms with Tchaikovsky’s affectionate portrayal of melodies by Mozart. Haydn’s "Miracle" Symphony offers a delicate balance in this evening of symphonic heavyweights.

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May 2020

The Great Schubert Symphony – Symphony in 60

May 14, 2020

Schubert revered Beethoven. He even attended the premiere of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. His greatest tribute to Beethoven was to write a grand symphony – his own Ninth. Fellow composer Robert Schumann observed that Schubert’s Ninth Symphony “enthralls its listeners, drawing them along to the last joyous note.” Join us for a musical toast to Schubert’s last and “Great” Symphony.

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