Presented by Strings Music Festival
The 31st Festival classical season opens with a special evening of beloved Mozart Concerti, along with the Mozart-influenced Chevalier de Saint-Georges’ spirited Second Symphony. For the first time ever, a Cliburn medalist solos with the Strings Festival Orchestra. Kenny Broberg, 2017 Silver Medalist, plays the Mozart Concerti.
A list of performers and pieces is listed below:
- Kenny Broberg, piano
- Michael Sachs, conductor
- Mozart Piano Concerto No. 17 in G Major, K. 453 (Broberg)
- Chevalier de Saint-Georges Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 11
- Mozart Piano Concerto No. 25 in C Major, K. 503 (Broberg)
Strings Festival Orchestra
Violin: Peter Otto (Concertmaster), Katherine Bormann, Jun-Ching Lin, Myroslava Ivanchenko-Bartels, Ellen Pendleton Troyer, Melissa Deal, John Macfarlane, Scott Weber, Jeffrey Zehngut, Jeanelle Mossburg, Anya Wilkening
Viola: Wesley Collins, Paul Murphy, Kathryn Sievers, Gabrielle Skinner
Cello: Christopher French, Karissa Zadinsky, David Rosen, Ariana Nelson
Bass: Timothy Pitts, Scott Dixon
Oboe: Elizabeth Koch Tiscione, Catherine Weinfield
Trumpet: John Rommel, Michael Tiscione
Timpani: Jeremy Epp
Flute: Christina Smith
Bassoon: William Short, Elise Wagner
Horn: Julia Pilant, Joshua Phillips
Strings Music Festival invites you to mingle with the musicians at the champagne reception following the Opening Night Orchestra.
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