February 27 @ 7:30 pmFree
The evening includes Brahms’ Symphony No. 2, a magisterial work that serves as a cornerstone of the symphonic repertoire. One of the winners of the Schwob School of Music’s Concerto Competition joins the orchestra in performance—a chance for both soloist and orchestra to shine. Also on the program are selections from David Diamond’s Romeo and Juliet Suite, a work full of the charm and drama of Shakespeare’s original. Paul Hostetter, the Ethel Foley Distinguished Chair in Orchestral Activities, conducts.