Join Maria Friedman as she recalls her experiences with three of the greatest composers of all time Marvin Hamlisch, Michael Legrand and Stephen Sondheim.
There could be no more fitting way to launch Orchestra Lumos than with Dvorak’s celebrated ninth symphony, From the New World.
Nothing compares to a brass quintet and a mighty organ, presenting truly transcendent music for the soul, in stunning church acoustics.
All the composers represented in this program have been rebels in their own ways—breaking new ground in their communities and in the world of music.
The mystery and touching beauty of Schubert’s miraculous Unfinished Symphony expresses the frailty, vulnerability and longing of the human condition.
Brahms followed Mozart’s lead in adding a second viola to the standard string quartet format and our musicians explore two pieces that are among the finest of their kind.
Join percussionist virtuoso Dan Haskins and Fish Church organist Kevin Bailey for an impromptu afternoon of fun.
Juan Ramirez’s sensual and passionate Suite Latina is a perfect vehicle for the high-octane Dalí Quartet.
Whatever the collective noun is for a quartet of double basses, this unique program showcases the captivating, unexpected collaboration of the Orchestra’s double bass section!
A fireworks show is what audiences have come to expect when Joshua Bell takes the stage, a rare artist who can transcend instrumental technique and communicate directly with his audiences.
Groove along to this rhythmic and spirited program that explores how the Orchestra's wind players pay homage to theatre, jazz, and living in the South.
The magic and fantasy of Stravinsky’s revolutionary ballet music, The Firebird, closes the Palace Series season in a blaze of glory.
This powerful program demonstrates the power of music to represent dark forces such as tyranny and war while also providing solace and healing.
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