In a capstone to our Leonard Bernstein centenary celebration, we present his quirky, complex, irreverent, and very humorous operetta Candide, with orchestral staging.
West Palm Beach, February 6 - We received a warm welcome from the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts when our bus pulled up before rehearsal this morning.
While the Orchestra was already looking forward to its second performance at the Kravis Center this afternoon, we couldn't help but relive the excitement of last night's performance. And what a performance it was! Here, the Orchestra and Maestro Frühbeck receive a well-deserved standing ovation. (Photo: Howie Grapek)
This morning: A focused André Watts rehearses with the Orchestra before this afternoon's performance of Grieg's Piano Concerto at the Kravis Center.
Maestro Frühbeck commands the stage during today's rehearsal.
A musician's work is never done. Here, the Maestro and Principal Trumpet David Bilger consult the score after rehearsal.
Our musicians warm up in front of a packed house of Philadelphia fans before this afternoon's performance.
All this, and we're only on the third day of our week-long musical adventure! Make sure to check back for daily updates and more behind-the-scenes photos of our touring musicians.