The Boston Conservatory Orchestra comes to Harvard's Sanders Theatre for a concert conducted by Bruce Hangen. The afternoon is highlighted by Dvorak's delightful Symphony No. 8. This musical depiction of rural life, inspired by the Bohemian folk music beloved by the Czech composer, is regarded as one of his major achievements. You'll also hear venerated Austrian composer Haydn's Symphony No. 43, also known as "Mercury." Rounding out the show is Ellen Taafe Zwilich's Flute Concerto, featuring the acclaimed flautist Marianne Gedigian. Zwilich, one of the United States' most prolific composers, won the 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Music.