Why See Detroit Symphony Orchestra - Appalachian Spring?
This land is your land
Copland's hopeful peon to early American settlers forms the highlight of this all American program from conductor Leonard Slatkin, the second of his events celebrating the best of the nation's composers. Aside from the challenges and adventures of the land's first immigrants, the lush evening also includes Adagios for Strings from both Samuel Barber and Cindy McTee, a Bernstein Symphony (No.2) and a smorgasbord of Gershwin's most beloved scores, (Piano Concerto in F in and music from Porgy and Bess among them.)
Feauturing the esteemed piano talent Jean-Yves Thibaudet on the ivories, join the Detroit Symphony Orchestra for a patriotic performance, that'll instill the wonder and aspiration as felt by America's forefathers as they gazed upon their newfound home.
Performance date: 14 February 2019
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