Adrian Symphony Orchestra Concert: "Pulcinella"


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Program Order:

CRAWFORD SEEGER: Rissolty Rossolty

STRAVINSKY: Pulcinella Suite

MOZART: Symphony No. 41, Jupiter

Stravinsky and Mozart wrote music that positively sparkles and shimmers on the stage and in your ear. Two of the best examples are combined here in our Pulcinella concert. Stravinsky orchestrated and arranged charming dances from the 18th century for his ballet "Pulcinella," and Mozart ended his symphonic output with this famous 41st symphony. It is known for its courageous skill and scale, which have given it the nickname "Jupiter."

Want to learn more about the stories behind the music? Join us for Classical Conversations in Dawson Auditorium with Music Director Bruce Anthony Kiesling! This short talk will cover the stories behind the music featured on this program! This short talk begins at 6:40 PM in the hall and is FREE to all ticket holders.

CASH BAR in the lobby opens at 6:30 PM and remains open through intermission and after the concert.

To learn more about the concert, please visit our website.


Premium, General, and Economy reserved seating section tickets are available:

Adult: $37/$31/$23

Senior: $35/$29/$23


For tickets:

call (517) 264-3121

or order online at www.adriansymphony.org/february.html

Dawson Auditorium, Adrian College
240 S. Charles St.
Adrian, MI 49221
United States

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