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Brahms and Sibelius
November 20, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
One event on November 21, 2021 at 2:00 pm
When violinist Augustin Hadelich made his NWS debut in 2018, South Florida Classical Review hailed him “a virtuoso of the first order.” Hadelich continues to take the world by storm and returns to perform Jean Sibelius’ Concerto—an unforgettable work of brilliance. Johannes Brahms, troubled by Ludwig van Beethoven’s shadow, often lamented “the footsteps of a giant” behind him. With the nickname “Beethoven’s 10th,” Brahms’ first foray into the symphonic genre ultimately proved a masterpiece all his own. The concert opens with the vibrant energy pulsing through Julia Perry’s A Short Piece for Orchestra.
This concert is part of the Saturday Evening One and Sunday Symphony series. Secure a season of world-renowned artists—including mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke, People of Earth and NWS alumni Christian Reif and Teddy Abrams—performing an exciting range of orchestral music in one of the world’s most extraordinary and intimate venues for experiencing classical music—the New World Center. Subscriptions for the Saturday One series (4 concerts) begin at $132. Subscriptions to the 5-concert Sunday Symphony series begin at $140. Click to explore the full subscriptions!