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2019-07-02_19-30 _ Longwood Gardens

Longwood Gardens

7:30 PM, Longwood Gardens
Kensho Watanabe - Conductor
Daugherty - Flamingo
Gershwin - Lullaby, for strings
Gould - American Symphonette No. 2
Beethoven - Symphony No. 1

Led by Assistant Conductor Kensho Watanabe, The Philadelphia Orchestra celebrates its legacy of imagination, innovation, and excellence with an evening of music by American composers and Beethoven. Beginning with Michael Daugherty’s Flamingo, a wild and fun concerto for two tambourines, the Orchestra relaxes with George Gershwin’s charming Lullaby for strings and Morton Gould’s American Symphonette No. 2. Concluding the program is Beethoven’s masterful Symphony No. 1.

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2019-07-05_18-00 _ Hilary Hahn Plays Mendelssohn

Hilary Hahn Plays Mendelssohn

6:00 PM, Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater
Stéphane Denève - Conductor
Hilary Hahn - Violin
Mendelssohn - Violin Concerto
Dukas - The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Ravel - Daphnis et Chloé Suite No. 2

A revered maestro returns to Vail, and a three-time Grammy-winning violinist makers her long-awaited Bravo debut in this enchanting program filled with nuance and virtuosity.

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2019-07-06_18-00 _ Denève Conducts: Magic of Music

Denève Conducts: Magic of Music

6:00 PM, Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater
Stéphane Denève - Conductor
Bruce Adolphe - Narrator
Rossini - Overture to William Tell
Prokofiev - Peter and the Wolf
Williams - Selections from Harry Potter
Britten - The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra

The Fabulous Philadelphians evoke the vivid energy of youth through the magic of music, featuring Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf, selections from Harry Potter, and Britten's beloved Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra.

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6:00 PM

Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2

6:00 PM, Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater
Stéphane Denève - Conductor
Nicholas Angelich - Piano
Brahms - Piano Concerto No. 2
Prokofiev - Excerpts from Romeo and Juliet

Pianist Nicholas Angelich—declared "born to play Brahms" by The Daily Telegraph—makes his triumphant return to Vail with a concerto of grandeur and grace, which pairs beautifully with Prokofiev's evocative portrait of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers.

 

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