“...as we grow older, we accumulate worlds of intense memory within us, and that grief is often not far from joy.” — Missy Mazzoli
As we hope to rise out of the difficult period in the pandemic, we reflect on our collective trauma and celebrate a return to the music making that inspires us each day. Join Boston Conservatory Orchestra in this powerful journey of darkness to light, featuring Missy Mazzoli’s powerful These Worlds in Us, Johannes Brahms’s pastoral Symphony No. 2, plus a trio of operatic selections led by graduate conducting candidate Francesco Gennaro.
MISSY MAZZOLI: These Worlds in Us
GIOACHINO ROSSINI: Overture to La scala di seta
GIACOMO PUCCINI: Act III Intermezzo from Manon Lescaut
GIUSEPPE VERDI: Overture to I vespri siciliani
JOHANNES BRAHMS: Symphony No. 2
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