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Haydn’s Symphony No. 96, one of his famed London symphonies, earned its nickname “Miracle” when a chandelier fell during its premiere and — miracle! — killed no one. This program also includes Prokofiev’s playful Classical Symphony, composed on an idyllic farm against the backdrop of the Russian Revolution; Schoenberg’s moody “Accompaniment to a Film Scene;” and a jazz-infused violin concerto by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer William Bolcom, performed here by the MSO’s own Acting Concertmaster Ilana Setapen.

 

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, November 19

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, November 20

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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