Some music is simply timeless. Nearly 250 years after its premiere, Mozart’s “Paris” Symphony continues to delight, from its grand opening to the irrepressible flourish of its finale. With its boisterous spirit (complete with musical quotes from college drinking songs), Brahms’ Academic Festival Overture captures the timeless energy of youth — a perfect choice for our collaboration with the Boise Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. A perennial contender for the perfect symphony, Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony has it all: sweeping themes, gripping drama, a dash of heartbreak, a ray of sunshine, and no shortage of heroic energy.
Eric Garcia conductor
Boise Phil Youth Orchestra Seniors
Johannes BRAHMS Academic Festival Overture
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Symphony No. 31 in D major, “Paris”
Antonín DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 7 in D minor
This concert will be filmed and available on the Digital Stage on November 19, 2021.
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