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Mozart’s Concerto for Flute & Harp
February 8, 2020 @ 7:30 pm
Denis Bouriakov, Flute; Emmanuel Ceysson, Harp; Kevin Rhodes, Conductor
Beethoven Music for a Ballet on Horseback
Debussy Sacred and Profane Dances
Mozart Concerto for Flute and Harp
Bernstein Halil for Solo Flute and Orchestra
Ginastera Concerto for Harp
Put two of the top musicians in the U.S. together for an evening and you get this amazing concert. A rock star of the Harp world, Emmanuel Ceysson (the lead harpist at the Metropolitan Opera and friend of Maestro Rhodes from his Paris Opera days) is joined by Denis Bouriakov, the principal flutist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. This night will prove to be exciting and varied, including music from old Vienna to the 20th Century. Enjoy Mozart’s incredibly beautiful Flute and Harp Concerto and Beethoven’s bouncy and unexpected “Music for a Ballet on Horseback” paired with the French impressionist Debussy. We’ll finish with the rhythmic and percussion-filled Harp Concerto of Argentinian composer Ginastera and Leonard Bernstein’s moving and profound, “Halil” for solo flute and orchestra.Buy Tickets
Maestro Kevin Rhodes invites you to the Hall at 6:30 p.m. for a lively 30-minute discussion about this evening’s concert.
February 8th Community Partner: Friends of the Homeless/CSO
SSO (and our media partner WMAS Radio) is asking for donations at this concert for Friends of the Homeless/CSO. To participate, bring new socks, underwear, or t-shirts (either men’s or women’s), or a new or gently-used backpack (with straps) and leave the items in the donation bins at the concert. If you can’t make it to Symphony Hall on concert night, bring your donation to the WMAS studio at the Hall of Fame the following week. Thanks!