Made in America
We’re wrapping up our 43rd season with a tribute to music composed in America by visiting composers! Pianist Benjamin Hochman brings his eloquent style and colorful artistry to our corner of the world for a musical celebration of the beauty of the American dream. We begin with Benjamin Britten’s American Overture and Bartók’s Piano Concerto No. 3. Then, we end the season with Antonín Dvořák’s sublime “New World” Symphony, the composer’s most popular symphony and, arguably, one of the most popular symphonies ever composed.
A pre-concert lecture about the repertoire by Dr. Ryan Dudenbostel starts at 2:15. Admission is free, but these are very popular and seating is limited. More concert information can be found at www.whatcomsymphony.com.
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