Winston-Salem Symphony: Romantic and Impressionistic

Robert Moody, conductorThe Stevens Center in downtown Winston-Salem was the setting for this concert by the Winston-Salem Symphony from February 2013. It features two 20th century works in two distinct styles from two different composers. American composer Howard Hanson was a respected teacher as well as composer who led the Eastman School of Music for decades. His "Romantic" Symphony harkened back to the ideals of 19th century music. Maurice Ravel's legendary score for the ballet by Mikhail Fokine, on the other hand, looked forward to a new era in music, and draws on the forces of the Winston-Salem Symphony Chorale in this performance.

 

Listen to the entire program: Winston-Salem Symphony: Romantic and Impressionistic





Billboard and introduction to Hanson's Symphony No. 2 in D-flat, "Romantic" - Lauren Rico





HOWARD HANSON - Symphony No. 2 in D-flat, "Romantic"
Winston-Salem Symphony
Robert Moody, conductor





Introduction to Ravel's Daphnis et Chloe - Lauren Rico





MAURICE RAVEL - Daphnis et Chloe
Winston-Salem Symphony
Robert Moody, conductor
Symphony Chorale
Dr. Carole Ott





Break and introduction to Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 - Lauren Rico and Mike McKay





JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH - Brandenburg Concerto No. 2
Winston-Salem Symphony
Robert Moody, conductor





Introduction to Brubeck's Interplay for Three Violins - Lauren Rico





CHIRS BRUBECK - Interplay for Three Violins
Winston-Salem Symphony
Robert Moody, conductor
Daniel Skidmore, Associate Concertmaster
Charles Dimmick, guest violinist
Fabrice Dharamraj, principal violin II





End of the show - Lauren Rico and Mike McKay






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