The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra: Live at Bard
Back by popular demand for a third summer appearance! The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and Conductor Gordon Gerrard entertain against the spectacular backdrop of the BMO Mainstage.
Monday, July 11, 7:30pm | Beethoven and Tchaikovsky
Gordon Gerrard, conductor
Albert Seo, cello*
|Rossini||L’Italiani in Algeri: Overture|
|Tchaikovsky||Variations on a Rococo Theme*|
|Beethoven||Symphony No. 4 in B-flat Major|
The VSO and conductor Gordon Gerrard present a performance of beautiful classical repertoire that includes Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations for Cello and Orchestra, with VSO School of Music Concerto Competition Winner, cellist Albert Seo. This program also features Beethoven’s sublime Symphony No. 4, the “calm before the storm” symphony that Beethoven wrote very much in the Classical style of Mozart and Haydn.
Monday, July 18, 7:30pm | Mozart’s Jupiter
|Mendelssohn||A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Overture|
|Vaughan Williams||The Lark Ascending+|
|Mozart||Symphony No. 41 in C Major, ‘Jupiter’|
Outstanding VSO Associate Concertmaster Nicholas Wright performs one of the most beloved works for violin and orchestra, The Lark Ascending, by Vaughan Williams. And conductor Gordon Gerrard leads the orchestra in a performance of Mozart’s most glorious symphony, the extraordinary Symphony No. 41 ‘Jupiter.’