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ROCO In Concert: Fortune

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ROCO’s In Concert series continues with Fortune. Conductor Delyana Lazarova makes her ROCO debut in a concert inspired by fantasy and fortune, leading two ROCO-commissioned world premieres, including William Bolcom‘s Dedication, orchestrated by Edmund Ciorek, and Judah Adashi‘s the sun begins to fade, as part of ROCO’s FIFteen Project.

Also featured will be Finding Rothko by Adam Schoenberg, ROCO’s Season 18 Composer-in-Residence, inspired and accompanied by the visionary abstract paintings of Mark Rothko, along with Caroline Shaw’s elegant Entr’acte for strings. Completing the evening is Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 100, also nicknamed the “Military Symphony,” for its vivid second movement musically depicting battle.

The performances will also be livestreamed free at ROCO.org,  Facebook, YouTube, and A440.live.

ROCO’s In Concert series continues with Fortune. Conductor Delyana Lazarova makes her ROCO debut in a concert inspired by fantasy and fortune, leading two ROCO-commissioned world premieres, including William Bolcom‘s Dedication, orchestrated by Edmund Ciorek, and Judah Adashi‘s the sun begins to fade, as part of ROCO’s FIFteen Project.

Also featured will be Finding Rothko by Adam Schoenberg, ROCO’s Season 18 Composer-in-Residence, inspired and accompanied by the visionary abstract paintings of Mark Rothko, along with Caroline Shaw’s elegant Entr’acte for strings. Completing the evening is Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 100, also nicknamed the “Military Symphony,” for its vivid second movement musically depicting battle.

The performances will also be livestreamed free at ROCO.org, Facebook, YouTube, and A440.live.

ROCO’s In Concert series continues with Fortune. Conductor Delyana Lazarova makes her ROCO debut in a concert inspired by fantasy and fortune, leading two ROCO-commissioned world premieres, including William Bolcom‘s Dedication, orchestrated by Edmund Ciorek, and Judah Adashi‘s the sun begins to fade, as part of ROCO’s FIFteen Project.

Also featured will be Finding Rothko by Adam Schoenberg, ROCO’s Season 18 Composer-in-Residence, inspired and accompanied by the visionary abstract paintings of Mark Rothko, along with Caroline Shaw’s elegant Entr’acte for strings. Completing the evening is Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 100, also nicknamed the “Military Symphony,” for its vivid second movement musically depicting battle.

The performances will also be livestreamed free at ROCO.org, Facebook, YouTube, and A440.live.

WHEN

WHERE

The Church of St. John the Divine
2450 River Oaks Blvd.
Houston, TX 77019
https://roco.org/performances/in-concert-nov-2022/

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