Pianist Misha Dichter joins the chamber orchestra as they celebrate masters such as Beethoven, Ives, and Mendelssohn
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The Program: The chamber orchestra pays tribute to some of the greats by playing through two pieces by Beethoven, Ives’s The Unanswered Question, and an anchoring piece by Mendelssohn.
Orchestra Lead: Maestro Gerard Schwarz, named ‘Conductor of the Year’ by Musical America, winner of 4 Emmy Awards, 6 ASCAP Awards and 14 Grammy nominations, will lead the orchestra.
Guest Soloist: World renowned pianist Misha Dichter will take center stage during Beethoven’s Piano Concerto, bringing with him the skill that he’s honed over more than four decades of performing.
Program Highlight: Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 4 in A Major, a valentine to Italy that he called “the jolliest piece I have ever done.” Starting with a merry sonata, the symphony ends in an even merrier uptempo dance movement.