Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads this program featuring popular works by Mozart and a performance by teenage piano virtuoso Jan Lisiecki.
Did Bruckner sense that his Ninth Symphony would be his final work? After nine years of toil over the score, only three of the four movements were completed upon his death in 1896.
Some Digital Renderings
We met today with James Alexander and Clark Productions, the stage director and team that are creating the incredible visual experience around our June Stokowski Celebration Concerts in the Academy. James and his team showed us some digital renderings projected onto a detailed scale model of the Academy of Music’s interior—take a look:
The model of the Academy interior that James and Clark are using may be small relative to the actual building, but all the details, molding, and decorative elements are still visible.
Flames climbing the columns of the proscenium stage. This will be the culminating moment during the Orchestra’s evening performance of Wagner’s “Ride of the Valkyries” on Saturday, June 23!
You’ll know what this rendering is for if you’ve been keeping up with James Alexander’s behind-the-scenes videos. It’s a series of stained-glass images that will accompany the Orchestra’s performance of Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor during the same Saturday evening performance.