Early masterpieces by nineteenth century German masters are showcased on the USO’s March program: Richard Strauss’s magnificent tone poem Don Juan, written when the composer was only 24, and Johannes Brahms’ powerful Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor, composed when he was just 25. Pianist Nathan Harris, Co-Winner of the 2012 University of Chicago Concerto Competition, is the featured soloist.
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Department of Music, Arts, Concerts, Performances, Receptions
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*Please note our member host for this evening is David R