The Orchestra Now

New York, Carnegie Hall
New York, U.S.A.
Carnegie Hall
Thu 30 April 19:00
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The Orchestra Now (TŌN), conducted by music director Leon Botstein, goes on a musical expedition featuring the first NYC performances in over 50 years of Ralph Vaughan Williams’ portrait of the mighty Antarctic and Vincent d’Indy’s portrayal of a French mountain trek, along with the NYC premiere of the first symphonic poem ever composed, César Franck’s What You Hear on the Mountain.

Programme

FRANCK  What You Hear on the Mountain

D'INDY  Symphony on a French Mountain Air

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Symphony No. 7

Performers

The Orchestra Now
Leon Botstein, Conductor
Blair McMillen, Piano
Diana Schwam, Soprano
Members of the Bard Festival Chorale
James Bagwell, Director

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    The Orchestra Now (TŌN), conducted by music director Leon Botstein, goes on a musical expedition featuring the first NYC performances in over 50 years of Ralph Vaughan Williams’ portrait of the mighty Antarctic and Vincent d’Indy’s portrayal of a French mountain trek, along with the NYC premiere of the first symphonic poem ever composed, César Franck’s What You Hear on the Mountain.

  • Programme

    FRANCK  What You Hear on the Mountain

    D'INDY  Symphony on a French Mountain Air

    VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Symphony No. 7

  • Performers

    The Orchestra Now
    Leon Botstein, Conductor
    Blair McMillen, Piano
    Diana Schwam, Soprano
    Members of the Bard Festival Chorale
    James Bagwell, Director

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