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Like the twists and turns of a country road, this program treats us to the splendors of Spain and Italy. Felix Mendelssogn so loved his time in Italy it inspired his colorful Symphony No. 4, capturing the sights, sounds and variety of an Italian holiday: joyous and bathed in history. Similarly, Spanish composer Joaquin Rodrigo’s evocaive Concierto de Aranjuez, with its flamenco-like rhythm, composed for classical guitar and orchestra, captures the fragrance of magnolias, the singing of birds and the gushing of fountains in this Spanish palace garden. Rossini’s Overture to The Barber of Seville adds a touch of whimsy and playfulness to this rich, flavorful evening.
Bells & Whistles Pre-Concert Talk – 6:30PM
Preview the evening’s program as Steven Karidoyanes shares his insight about the music he has planned. This free talk takes place inside the concert hall. Free
Meet the Musicians Dessert After-party – Immediately following the concert
Plymouth Center for Active Living (adjacent to the performing arts center)
Meet our Phil musicians while socializing over dessert, coffee and wine. Special guests include Steven Karidoyanes and Eliot Fisk. Cost: $10