EASTERN2018CONNECTICUT 1SYMPHONYORCHESTRAseasonTOSHIYUKI SHIMADA music director and conductorSATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2019 AT 7:30 PMGarde Arts Center, New London, CTJOURNEY HOME, Justn Park celloLudwig van Beethoven's Egmont Overture opens this mid-winterconcert. Commissioned to accompany the play Egmont byGoethe, this whirlwind overture takes the audience on anemotional journey depicting victory over oppression. The ECSO2018 Instrumental Competition Winner, Justin Park, performsSergei Prokofiev's Sinfonia Concertante for cello and orchestra.Prokofiev called upon virtuoso cellist Mstislav Rostropovich toexplore the richness of the cello as a soloist instrument, resultingin a dramatic and technically exciting work, with much interplaybetween soloist and orchestra. Antonín Dvoák's Symphony No7 closes out the program with its subtle Slavic themes, andshowcases the work of a composer who was full of inspirationfrom his home countryConcert sponsored by: Dominion EnergySingle tickets range from $31 $65..Senior discounts available in Sections B & CMilitary (active duty/retired), and under 40, $12 except for logeFor tickets, call 860-443-2876 or purchaseonline by visiting: gardearts.orgectsymphony.comAd space provided in part by The DayLike us on:Instagram

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EASTERN 2018 CONNECTICUT 1 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA season TOSHIYUKI SHIMADA music director and conductor SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2019 AT 7:30 PM Garde Arts Center, New London, CT JOURNEY HOME, Justn Park cello Ludwig van Beethoven's Egmont Overture opens this mid-winter concert. Commissioned to accompany the play Egmont by Goethe, this whirlwind overture takes the audience on an emotional journey depicting victory over oppression. The ECSO 2018 Instrumental Competition Winner, Justin Park, performs Sergei Prokofiev's Sinfonia Concertante for cello and orchestra. Prokofiev called upon virtuoso cellist Mstislav Rostropovich to explore the richness of the cello as a soloist instrument, resulting in a dramatic and technically exciting work, with much interplay between soloist and orchestra. Antonín Dvoák's Symphony No 7 closes out the program with its subtle Slavic themes, and showcases the work of a composer who was full of inspiration from his home country Concert sponsored by: Dominion Energy Single tickets range from $31 $65. .Senior discounts available in Sections B & C Military (active duty/retired), and under 40, $12 except for loge For tickets, call 860-443-2876 or purchase online by visiting: gardearts.org ectsymphony.com Ad space provided in part by The Day Like us on: Instagram

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