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 Albuquerque sensation David Felberg and featuring piano soloist Benjamin Hochman (“Classical music doesn’t get better than this!” The New York Times). The program includes one of Mozart’s last masterworks, the Symphony No. 38 “Prague,”award-winning American composer Missy Mazzoli’s atmospheric Sinfonia for Orbiting Spheres, Stravinsky’s classically inspired Octet for Wind Instruments and concludes with Mozart’s engagingly melodic Piano Concerto No. 12 in A Major, K. 414.
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. 414MEET 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.SPECIAL EVENT
Where are the Women?
The RENESAN Institute for Lifelong Learning presents SFPM Associate Music Director Carol Redman in a project titled “Where are the Women in Classical Music?” Two lectures will explore the obstacles and trajectories along the 2000-year-old path women have been traveling in their desire to make music. These lectures will be lavishly illustrated and documented with video samples and full of surprising facts and jaw-dropping anecdotes.
Dates for the four-part project include:
• Two lectures: Thursdays, April 12 and April 19 at 10am, at St. John’s Methodist Church
• Rehearsal: Friday, April 27 at 2:30pm, on-stage at the Lensic
• And your choice of a concert:
Saturday April 28 at 4pm OR Sunday April 29 at 3pm, at the Lensic
ABOUT the GUEST SOLOIST
Look for our next eblast featuring our guest soloist Benjamin Hochman, piano.