North State Symphony: Rising Above
Now a year from the fires that devastated the North State, this program exemplifies the resilience of our communities and hope for the future. Chicago Symphony clarinetist John Yeh takes us to the heart of Copland’s lyrical and jazzy Clarinet Concerto. Concluding the evening is the powerfully expressive Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis by Ralph Vaughan-Williams, a work saturated with endless melody and bountiful optimism.
John Yeh, clarinet
Carol Jacobson, cello
Michael Schwagerus, double bass
MENDELSSOHN String Symphony No. 7
COPLAND Clarinet Concerto
GRENFELL Concertino for clarinet, cello, double bass, and string orchestra
VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis
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