Santa Fe Pro Musica concludes their 36th Season on Saturday, April 28 at 4pm and Sunday, April 29 at 3pm with the Santa Fe Pro Musica Orchestra conducted by David Felberg and featuring piano soloist Benjamin Hochman.
Pianist BENJAMIN HOCHMAN’S eloquent and virtuosic performances blend colorful artistry with poetic interpretation exciting audiences and critics alike. He performs in major cities around the world as a respected orchestral soloist, recitalist and chamber musician, working with a celebrated array of renowned conductors and colleagues. An impassioned and intelligent artist Hochman’s interpretations are “stylish and lucid, with patrician authority and touches of elegant wit where context allows.” (Vancouver Sun)
LISTEN Benjamin plays Beethoven, Sonata in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 27, No. 2, “Moonlight,” movement III (Presto agitato, 6:54)
To learn more about Mr. Hochman, please visit his website www.benjaminhochman.com.
Santa Fe Pro Musica Orchestra
David Felberg, conductor
Benjamin Hochman, pianoLensic Performing Arts Center
Saturday, April 28 at 4pm
Sunday, April 29 at 3pmMOZART Symphony No. 38 in D Major, K. 504, “Prague”
STRAVINSKY Octet for Wind Instruments
MISSY MAZZOLI Sinfonia for Orbiting Spheres
MOZART Piano Concerto No. 12 in A Major, K. 414
MEET THE MUSIC with Music Director Thomas O’Connor and Guest Conductor David Felberg. Arrive one hour early to each SFPM Lensic concert and hear a “behind the scenes” discussion of the music being performed.
WHERE ARE THE WOMEN?
RENESAN Institute for Lifelong Learning presents SFPM Associate Music Director Carol Redman in a set of lectures exploring the obstacles and trajectories along the 2000-year-old path women have traveled in their desire to make music. This 4-part project begins Thursday April 12. There is still time to enroll! Contact RENESAN for information: 505.982.9274 | email@example.com | renesan.org