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College Night Art Exhibit

COLLEGE NIGHT ART EXHIBIT

MARCH 28
The Philadelphia Orchestra

Enjoy the artistic inspiration and talent of your collegiate peers at this special art exhibit event for college students, following The Philadelphia Orchestra’s performance of Mahler 5 

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Photo credit: Robert Oszust


Tickets 

This post-concert event will be held in SEI Innovation Studio, below the lobby of The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. 

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Current student ID required for all student tickets. Concert tickets required for admission to exhibit. Non-student audience members are invited to browse the exhibit before the evening’s concert and during intermission. 


Concert

Saturday, March 28 8 PM

Gianandrea Noseda Conductor
Carol Jantsch Tuba

Daugherty Reflections on the Mississippi, for tuba and orchestra
Mahler Symphony No. 5

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Gianandrea Noseda conducts another Philadelphia first: the tuba featured as solo concerto instrument in a subscription concert. Michael Daugherty wrote his Reflections on the Mississippi for tuba and orchestra expressly for Principal Tuba Carol Jantsch, making her subscription debut. They worked closely together to shape the piece. She says he concluded that the existing solo tuba repertoire leaned more heavily on flash than soul, and she was very happy to help him correct that balance in this piece. It’s based on a trip along the Mississippi, reflecting the musical cultures found along the riverbanks. Jantsch says, “It’s just beautiful melodies, extremely fun to play ... and listen to as well.” She never gets tired of hearing people say of her performances: “I didn’t know the tuba could do that!” The Daugherty will be followed by Mahler’s Fifth Symphony, the first of his “middle” period. Opening with a distant and ominous trumpet call, the Symphony progresses to a celebration of love and joy.

 

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