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ROCO in Concert: Beauty is in the Eye

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ROCO’s In Concert series continues with “Beauty is in the Eye." The performance features the premiere of a new concerto by Kevin Lau for the erhu, a traditional Chinese stringed instrument. The concerto will be performed by Andy Lin and conducted by Christopher Rountree, who will be making his ROCO debut. Also featured will be William Grant Still’s tone poem “Darker America,” exploring themes of sorrow, hope, and prayer, plus works by Jean-Féry Rebel and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

ROCO’s In Concert series continues with “Beauty is in the Eye." The performance features the premiere of a new concerto by Kevin Lau for the erhu, a traditional Chinese stringed instrument. The concerto will be performed by Andy Lin and conducted by Christopher Rountree, who will be making his ROCO debut. Also featured will be William Grant Still’s tone poem “Darker America,” exploring themes of sorrow, hope, and prayer, plus works by Jean-Féry Rebel and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

ROCO’s In Concert series continues with “Beauty is in the Eye." The performance features the premiere of a new concerto by Kevin Lau for the erhu, a traditional Chinese stringed instrument. The concerto will be performed by Andy Lin and conducted by Christopher Rountree, who will be making his ROCO debut. Also featured will be William Grant Still’s tone poem “Darker America,” exploring themes of sorrow, hope, and prayer, plus works by Jean-Féry Rebel and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

WHEN

WHERE

The Church of St. John the Divine
2450 River Oaks Blvd.
Houston, TX 77019
https://roco.org/performances/roco-in-concert-beauty-is-in-the-eye/

TICKET INFO

$15-$35
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