Western Piedmont Symphony: An Evening in Vienna & The Call

cl-WEB-wps-orchestra-300Two different concerts by the Western Piedmont Symphony of North Carolina provide the performances for this edition of the program. From February 2012 section leaders Dmitri Pogorelov and Ai Ishida step forward on violin and viola for the famous Sinfonia concertante by Mozart, with symphonies by Haydn and Beethoven as bookends. Then from February of 2011 there’s the regional premiere of a new work by composer Meira Warshauer drawing on her Jewish heritage and the role of the traditional instrument, the shofar.

 

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Billboard and introduction to Haydn’s Symphony No. 6 in D – Lauren Rico





FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN – Symphony No. 6 in D

Western Piedmont Symphony

John Gordan Ross, conductor





Introduction to Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat – Lauren Rico





WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART - Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat

Dmitri Pogorelov, violin

Ai Ishida, viola

Western Piedmont Symphony

John Gordon Ross, conductor





Break and introduction to Beethoven’s Symphony No. 8 in F – Lauren Rico & Mike McKay





LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN – Symphony No. 8 in F

Western Piedmont Symphony

John Gordon Ross, conductor





Introduction to Meira Warshauer’s Tekeeyah – A Call – Lauren Rico





MEIRA WARSHAUER – Tekeeya – A Call

Western Piedmont Symphony

John Gordon Ross





End of the show – Lauren Rico and Mike McKay