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Philharmonic Masterworks Series: Schumann and Rachmaninoff

  • Venue: Fort Wayne Embassy Theatre
  • Dates: November 18, 2017
  • Address: 125 W. Jefferson Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46802
  • Times: 7:30 PM
  • Admission: Tickets start at $29
  • Phone: 260-481-0777
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  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Yes
2017-11-18 7:30 PM 2017-11-18 7:30 PM Philharmonic Masterworks Series: Schumann and Rachmaninoff <p><a href="http://fwphil.org/about-the-phil/artistic-leadership/andrew-constantine" target="_blank">Andrew Constantine</a>, conductor  <br />Alessio Bax, piano                                                                                                                                                                                       </p> <p>Suppé — Poet and Peasant, overture<br />Schumann — Piano Concerto, Op. 54, A minor<br />Brahms — Symphony No. 4, Op. 98, E minor</p> <p>The 4th Symphony of Johannes Brahms is a bold achievement of ferocity and concentration. Robert Schumann’s grand work for piano, ‘a compromise between a symphony, a concerto and a huge sonata’, became his Piano Concerto, a work that brims with joy and melody.</p> <p>Single tickets for this concert will be available starting August 7, but subscriptions for the Yergens Rogers Foundation Masterworks Series and all other 2017-2018 Series are on sale now. Purchase a package and get access to the best seats at the best prices.</p> 125 W. Jefferson Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN America/Indiana/Winamac
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Andrew Constantine, conductor  
Alessio Bax, piano                                                                                                                                                                                       

Suppé — Poet and Peasant, overture
Schumann — Piano Concerto, Op. 54, A minor
Brahms — Symphony No. 4, Op. 98, E minor

The 4th Symphony of Johannes Brahms is a bold achievement of ferocity and concentration. Robert Schumann’s grand work for piano, ‘a compromise between a symphony, a concerto and a huge sonata’, became his Piano Concerto, a work that brims with joy and melody.

Single tickets for this concert will be available starting August 7, but subscriptions for the Yergens Rogers Foundation Masterworks Series and all other 2017-2018 Series are on sale now. Purchase a package and get access to the best seats at the best prices.

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