Dvořák urged fellow-composers to seek inspiration in their own cultures, as he did in his beloved Ninth, drawing on African- and Native American melodies he heard during his American sojourn.
Dvořák urged fellow-composers to seek inspiration in their own cultures, as he did in his beloved Ninth, drawing on African- and Native American melodies he heard during his American sojourn (yet never forgetting the rhythms and colors of his native Bohemia). You’ll also hear exciting contemporary voices: African American composers James Lee III’s Amer’ican and Jessie Montgomery’s Viola Concerto, composed for Grammy Award-winner Masumi Per Rostad.
Eric Jacobsen, conductor
Masumi Per Rostad, viola
JAMES LEE III– “Amer’ican” (world preview)
JESSIE MONTGOMERY– Viola Concerto (co-commissioned with the Grant Park Music Festival) (world premiere)
DVOŘÁK– Symphony No. 9, “From the New World”
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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
- Oct 23, 2021 at 07:30 pm - 09:00 pm (Sat)
1199 Clay Street , Winter Park, FL 32789
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