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The MSO continues its celebration of the 1930s — the decade in which Warner Grand Theater was built — and welcomes Timothy McAllister, a musician of “evocative and bravura alto sax playing” (Classical Review), to perform Ibert’s lively and lyrical Concertino da camera. Guest conductor Thomas Wilkins leads Hanson’s “Romantic” Symphony; this symphony’s fingerprints can be found in movies such as Alien, which borrowed its theme, and E.T., which John Williams modeled after this symphony. Hanson set out “to create a work that was young in spirit, lyrical and romantic in temperament, and simple and direct in expression.”

 

Gathering Together Safely: MSO patrons are required to provide proof of vaccination or negative COVID tests prior to concert entry. Click here for current venue policies & details.

Friday, January 28

Meet the Music

Please join us at the Bradley Symphony Center one hour before the concert for a free Meet the Music pre-concert talk. Enjoy an engaging, informative look at the works you'll experience live at the performance.

 

Food & Beverage Service

Food and beverage selections by Resonance Food Co. will be available in the Atrium and Gallery one hour before each performance and during intermission.

Saturday, January 29

Meet the Music

Please join us at the Bradley Symphony Center one hour before the concert for a free Meet the Music pre-concert talk. Enjoy an engaging, informative look at the works you'll experience live at the performance.

 

Food & Beverage Service

Food and beverage selections by Resonance Food Co. will be available in the Atrium and Gallery one hour before each performance and during intermission.

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