October 21, 3:00 pmView All Events
Jaime Laredo, conducting
The Emily and Eugene Grant Opening Series
The Westchester Philharmonic opens its series at The PAC with the pure, sublime beauty of Ravel’s Pavane, originally composed for piano and dedicated to Princesse de Polignac. “Drumroll,” one of Haydn’s final three symphonies, shows the composer at the very peak of his already formidable powers; a mysterious timpani roll gives it its name. The triumph of Brahms’ First Symphony is belied by the 22 years (by some counts) that he took to compose it, so enthralled was he in the shadow of Beethoven…a shadow he quickly erased with this towering work.
RAVEL Pavane pour une infante défunte
HAYDN Symphony No. 103 (“Drumroll”)
BRAHMSSymphony No. 1
Pre-Show Artist Talk at 2pm
Please join us before the concert for an informal conversation with artists from the orchestra. Free with your ticket.
Please note that the open rehearsal scheduled for 11am has been cancelled due to road closures for a race in the area Sunday morning.