What You'll Get
Under the baton of conductor Travis Hatton, the Orpheus Academy Orchestra, made up of Portland's most accomplished young musicians from the ages of 15-25, takes on a pair of spirited works by the Oregon Music Festival's spotlight composer, Igor Stravinsky, while oboist Nancy Ambrose King tackles Mozart's concerto for her instrument at First Baptist Church. Stravinsky's jazzy Concerto in D was subsequently turned into a dance called The Cage by Jerome Robbins. Oboist Nancy Ambrose King joins the academy orchestra to perform Mozart's Oboe Concerto, one of the most important oboe concertos of all time, written when the composer was just 21 for his colleague at the court of Salzburg. Orpheus Academy orchestra wraps up with Stravinsky's Pulcinella Suite, considered the first piece of the Russian composer's neoclassical period, inspired by the commedia dell-arte clown Punch. The orchestra will be joined by The Zorá Quartet, winners of the Fischoff Competition, the most prestigious chamber music competition in the U.S.
The Fine Print
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