The work of one great European composer is joined by two classical works penned by Americans when conductor Tito Muñoz leads the Phoenix Symphony. Sibelius' heroic and optimistic Symphony No 2, also known as "the Symphony of Independence," is the Finnish composer's most popular work. Leonard Bernstein's gorgeous Serenade, which the composer called "a series of related statements in praise of love," features a true virtuoso of the violin, International Tchaikovsky Competition winner Jennifer Koh. You'll also hear a new composition by New Yorker Missy Mazzoli, who has received four ASCAP Young Composer Awards and was praised as "one of the more consistently inventive, surprising composers now working in New York" by The New York Times. Experience this stimulating event at Phoenix Symphony Hall.
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