- $16 for one ticket to "Two Teutonic Titans – Mendelssohn and Wagner" (up to a $39.50 value)
- When: Sunday, November 10 at 2 p.m.
- Where: Jordan Hall
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 1 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Mendelssohn—The Hebrides: Inspired by a visit to Fingal's Cave in the titular Scottish islands, Mendelsohn's symphonic overture subtly evokes the eerie atmosphere of the vast, sea-filled chamber of stone.
- Mendelssohn—Violin Concerto in E Minor: The final of Felix Mendelssohn’s large orchestral works breaks traditional form with the immediate introduction of the soloist, who must navigate a maze of finger-curling scale runs. Boston Civic's performance will feature 13-year-old violinist Ilana Zaks.
- Wagner—Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg Suite: Wagner's tribute to the German Mastersingers explores the relationship between composers and the work they create.
- Wagner—Suite from Götterdämmerung – "Siegfried's Rhine Journey": An excerpt from the epic score—whose title translates to "Twilight of the Gods"—melds triumphant brass and twinkling strings to evoke a heroic adventure.
Boston Civic Symphony
A cornerstone of the city’s musical landscape since 1924, the Boston Civic Symphony aims to truly reflect its community. Its musicians represent the top local student and amateur talents—many of whom teach or go on to professional careers—and its box office reaches out to musically underserved populations with free concert tickets.