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    SAN ANTONIO SYMPHONY: AMERICAN CELLO

    Presented by at Tobin Center For The Performing Arts

    January 22 - January 23, 2016

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    SAN ANTONIO SYMPHONY: AMERICAN CELLO

    The rich diversity of music found in the two Americas, North and South, is distilled into this perfect program featuring music by both North and South American master composers. American Jeffery Mumford’s cello concerto played by Christine Lamprea follows Tango genius Astor Piazzolla’s Tangazo subtitled “variations on Buenos Aires,” an evocative ode to the sensual Argentine city. Leonard Bernstein’s Divertimento is a rollicking tribute to his own native city and its own venerable Boston Symphony Orchestra. John Adams’s El Dorado connects the long musical road between North and South with dazzling orchestral virtuosity.
    John Axelrod, conductor
    Christine Lamprea, cello Piazzolla              Tangazo
    Jeffrey Mumford    of fields unfolding . . . echoing depths of resonant light
    John Adams         El Dorado
    Bernstein             Divertimento


    Tobin Center For The Performing Arts

    100 Auditorium Circle
    San Antonio, Texas 7205

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