Why See Phoenix Symphony - Piazzolla's Four Seasons?
Bienvenido a Buenos Aires
The sultry and rhythmic sounds of Buenos Aires find their home in Piazzolla's extensive Tango compositions, transporting the listener into the intricate and evocative sound, whilst blending classical, jazz and rock themes together in the composer's most popular work. Led by conductor Tito Munoz and featuring the talents of Giora Schmidt the showpiece leads a program that includes more symphonic innovation from Florence Price and Jessie Montgomery.
The first African American woman to have her work played by a major orchestra, Price's First Symphony, in all its folk and spiritual infused glory opens the evening, with Montgomery's newest work, Stardust, a vivid one movement closes it with gentle enthusiam.
Performance date: 12 April 2019
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