Clarice Assad: Nhanderú
Max Bruch: Violin Concerto
Jesse Montgomery: Records from a Vanishing City
Ottorino Respighi: Roman Festivals
Recognized as one of today’s top violinists, Vadim Gluzman performs Bruch’s beloved Violin Concerto, a piece that never fails to enchant listeners. In this program that evokes different places and customs, Clarice Assad’s lush music depicts an old rainmaker ritual in the Amazon Basin; Jesse Montgomery’s nostalgic piece recalls the composer’s upbringing in New York City and the music that accompanied it; and Respighi brings back to life the ceremonies, festivities and wild games of Ancient Rome.
Join Maestro Yaniv Dinur at his free pre-concert talk in the Penler Space, one hour prior to each concert.
The New Bedford Symphony Orchestra is dedicated to the proposition that classical music can enrich and transform lives. That is why we are very pleased to offer you exciting, moving, and beautiful music. It is also why we remain committed to expanding the educational programs we offer to children in our region—last year more than 8,000 children benefited from our music programs! And finally, it is why we continue to build strong relationships with other music and cultural organizations in our region. We believe collaboration makes all organizations, and our community, stronger. Whether you are a first-time concertgoer or an NBSO regular, we welcome you to our community of music!