Steven Karidoyanes, Conductor
Brandon Ridenour, Trumpeter
Saturday, October 26, 2019
Plymouth North Performing Arts Center, Plymouth
SALIERI Two Opera Overtures: The Storm at Sea and Falstaff
HUMMEL Trumpet Concerto
MOZART Symphony No.41, Jupiter
It’s a musical battle of bravado and flair with Mozart and Salieri on the program! While this fictional rivalry makes for fun movie twists, the music pairs in harmony. Two opera overtures by Salieri, The Storm at Sea and Falstaff set our start, one depicting a ship in rough seas and the other a story of charming misadventure. Mozart’s final symphony, No. 41, Jupiter, is pure delight, and regarded by many as one of the best ever composed. From its opening movement—a literal burst of notes—the piece exemplifies Mozart's mastery of mesmerizing melodies. Award-winning virtuoso trumpeter and former Canadian Brass member, Brandon Ridenour, brings passion and power to Johann Hummel's energetic Trumpet Concerto. Come to the dessert after party!
Pre-Concert Talk - 6:30PM
Preview the evening's program as Steven Karidoyanes shares his insight about the music he has planned. This free talk takes place inside the concert hall.
Plymouth North High School Performing Arts Center - Free for ticketholders
Meet the Musicians Dessert Afterparty - Immediately following the concert
Plymouth Center for Active Living (adjacent to the performing arts center)
Meet our Phil musicians while socializing over dessert, coffee and wine. Special guests include Steven Karidoyanes and Brandon Ridenour.
Cost: $10 Add name to guest list
Plymouth North Performing Arts Center
41 Obery Street
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