Spark I


Music of Space

In honor of Comet Ison
Friday, November 22, 7:30PM
Museum Of Science and Technology
Heather Buchman, conductor
Symphoria soloists and ensembles
 

PROGRAM

 
Pellman: Fanfare: A Trio for One Trumpet (1997)
John Raschella, trumpet
 
Strauss: By The Beautiful Blue Danube
 
Beethoven: Symphony No. 5:  I. Allegro con brio
 
Solo and Ensemble Selections
Courage: "Where No Man Has Gone Before"
Bach: Gavotte en rondeau from Partita No. 3
Beethoven: Cavatina from String Quartet No. 13
Pellmann: Sagittarius in Transit (1987)
 
Peter Rovit, violin
Sonya Stith Williams, violin
Kit Dodd, viola
George Macero, cello
 
Resanovic: alt.music.ballistix for Clarinet and CD
Allan Kolsky, clarinet
 
Bozza: Image for Flute Solo
Deborah Coble, flute
 
Messiaen: Appel interstellaire from 
Des canyons aux étoiles…
Jon Garland, horn
 
Mozart: Symphony No. 41:  IV. Allegro vivace
 
Holst:  Neptune, the Mystic from The Planets
 
* denotes music found on Voyager's "Golden Record"
 
 

ABOUT

 
In honor of coment ISON, Symphoria performs a program based on the "Golden Record" included on the Voyager Spacecraft.   This program features Symphoria performing two "bookend" sets of music, with solo and chamber music performances taking place throughout the Museum in the center.   In addition to the program, video projections will accompany many of the performances. Attendees are invited to enjoy refreshments while exploring the space and the performances.
 
 
 
7:30PM
Friday, November 22, 2013
Museum of Science and Technology
 
 

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