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  • Brahms’ First Piano Concerto & Bartók

    Brahms’ First Piano Concerto is vast in its scope, requiring dexterity, power, and grace from the soloist—the phenomenally versatile Garrick Ohlsson in these performances—as well as storms of expression from the orchestra. It is a concerto in which the orchestra and soloist are truly equal partne...

  • Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony & Saxophone Concerto World Premiere

    From the riveting street fight between the Montagues and Capulets to the ravishing love theme, Tchaikovsky’s overture is beloved by audiences for its musical depictions of scenes from Shakespeare’s tragedy. British saxophonist Jess Gillam performs the world premiere of a concerto written for her ...

  • Night on Bald Mountain & Gavrylyuk Plays Grieg

    Eerie strings, careening woodwinds, and foreboding brass portray a witches’ sabbath in Mussorgsky’s tone poem, expertly arranged after the composer’s death by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Grieg’s Piano Concerto opens with a famous and forceful descending motif before exploring melodic ideas influence...

  • Community Youth Ensembles Showcase - February 5, 2023

  • DSO Live: Classroom Edition

  • Classical Roots

    Anthony Davis’s concerto-like work for clarinet and orchestra was inspired by the composer’s experience of an unjust incident with the police. The soloist is Anthony McGill, Principal Clarinet of the New York Philharmonic, who has championed this work in recent years. Bass-baritone Davóne Tines h...

  • Christian McBride's New Jawn

    Jawn [jän]: noun. A slang terminology from Philadelphia. All-purpose term for a person, place, or thing

    Seven-time Grammy Award-winning bassist, composer, and bandleader Christian McBride turns to one of Philadelphia’s most beloved colloquialisms to christen this project, Christian McBride's New...

  • Brahms’ Fourth & Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2

    Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 is full of passionate melodies, lush harmonies, and displays of blistering speed at the keyboard. Our soloist is George Li, who has been praised by "Bachtrack" for playing this piece “with a sense of discovery, as if the music were quite new.” Brahms’ final sym...