Symphony season includes folk tunes by Dvořák, Schubert's ninth symphony, arias by Berlioz, and one of Mendelssohn's tributes to Scotland
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Tucson Symphony Orchestra's 2013–14 MasterWorks Concert Series
To revel in Dvořák's rollicking takes on the country tunes of his native Czechoslovakia, inspired by Brahms' similar treatment of Hungary's folk melodies, see Legends and Dances (November 8)
To enjoy the Schubert symphony that was numbered ninth even though his "eighth" remained unfinished, see Schubert "The Great!" (January 10)
To hear Jennifer Johnson Cano—winner of the prestigious Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions—sing soaring arias and cryptic songs, see Berlioz & Ravel: Poetry in Music (February 7)
To delve into Mendelssohn's ode to Scotland's Fingal's Cave—wherein the orchestra mimics the cave's lonely echoes and periodically floods the church with ocean water—and an early masterpiece by one of history's greatest composers, see Beethoven's Fourth (March 7)