CONCERT DETAILS

Music Director Laureate Edo de Waart invites piano legend Ronald Brautigam to perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 25 in C major, widely considered to be of Mozart's greatest masterpieces in the concerto genre. Variations plays upon a theme which Brahms believed — erroneously, it turns out — to have been written by Haydn. (The Variations are charming nonetheless, and Brahms adds some authentic Haydn into the finale.) In his dramatic Coriolan Overture, Beethoven alludes to a Roman general bent on war; in one touching theme, Coriolan’s mother pleads for peace.

 

The MSO Steinway piano was made possible through a generous gift from Michael & Jeanne Schmitz

Friday, April 8

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 available in the Atrium and Gallery one hour before each performance and during intermission.

Saturday, April 9

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 available in the Atrium and Gallery one hour before each performance and during intermission.

Sunday, April 10

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 available in the Atrium and Gallery one hour before each performance and during intermission.

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