Join the Chicago Philharmonic at Nichols Concert Hall on Sunday, November 10, 2013 for a Romantic Serenade!
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Joel Smirnoff returns to the podium to lead a diverse program of Romantic music, opening with the beautiful sound of Chicago Philharmonic Concertmaster David Perry in Hector Berlioz' Reverie et Caprice.
The intense pathos and introspective Romanticism of Richard Strauss' Orchestra work, Metamorphosen, follows. Johannes Brahms' Second Serenade for Orchestra concludes afternoon. Brahms relies on the darker timbre of the lower strings and winds, yet there still remains the unmistakable Romantic charm of the 19th century. In a stimulating discussion, Northwestern University musicology professor Jesse Rosenberg illuminates the cultural and musical worlds of the Romantic Era, a special enhancement to the typical concert experience.
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