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Something Old, Something Blue

Program

Jennifer Higdon: blue cathedral
Jean Sibelius: Violin Concerto in D minor
Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D Major


Lawrence Loh, conductor
Nikki Chooi, violin

The Calgary Herald described Violinist Nikki Chooi as “richly expressive and technically assured.” The New York Times said he is “vigorous and colorful.” This 28-year-old has performed with symphonies across the globe.

 

JENNIFER HIGDON, COMPOSER

Jennifer Higdon is one of America’s most acclaimed composers and a Grammy Award winner who was once hailed by the Washington Post as having “a keen ear, an innate sense of form and a generous dash of pure esprit.” Higdon’s orchestral work, blue cathedral, which the WVSO will perform in January 2019, is one of the most performed contemporary orchestral compositions by a living American.

Saturday, January 12, 2019 at 7:30pm to 9:30pm

Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences, Maier Foundation Performance Hall
1 Clay Square, Charleston, WV 25301

Event Type

Art, Music

Target Audience

Kids, Young Adult, Family-Friendly, 21+, Seniors

Tags

music, concert, live music, music, music, Instrumental Music

Website

http://wvsymphony.org/season-calendar...

Cost

Tickets start at $12

Group
West Virginia Symphony Orchestra
Hashtag

#wvsymphony

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