October 15, 3:00 pmView All Events
The Emily & Eugene Grant Opening Series
Jaime Laredo, conducting
Jinjoo Cho, violin
First, there was Jennifer Koh, then Bella Hristova, now Jinjoo Cho, yet another former student and protégé of Jaime Laredo’s, who went on to win 1st prize in a few major international violin competitions, followed by acclaimed solo engagements with the Cleveland Orchestra and Montreal Symphony.
This October, Cho, Laredo, and the Westchester Philharmonic open their 35th Anniverasry season by taking on Dvořák’s lyrical masterpiece, aptly celebrate the season with Mozart’s 35th Symphony, and close with Beethoven’s monumental Seventh Symphony.
MOZART Symphony No. 35 (“Haffner”)
DVOŘÁK Violin Concerto
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7
Please note: The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk will take place on Sunday, October 15. Anderson Hill Road from Purchase Street to the campus entrance will be closed from 9am to approximately 1pm. To access the main campus entrance during this time, please approach from the east, taking King Street to Anderson Hill Road. Be sure to allow ample time for travel as some congestion can be expected.
Post-concert 35th Anniversary Benefit Party. Tickets $35, includes hearty appetizers and wine tasting. To RSVP please contact the Westchester Philharmonic box office at 914-682-3707.
This season we proudly kick off a long-awaited collaboration with the Westchester Philharmonic, with superbly designed programs led by Principal Conductors Jaime Laredo and Ted Sperling. Please note that these events may not be purchased as part of a Create-Your-Own package.
To purchase the entire five-concert series please contact the Westchester Philharmonic box office at 914-682-3707.