In “The Orchestra on Display,” different performers and sections of the ensemble featured separately. This program opens with the Vienna Philharmonic Fanfare for brass, followed by Haydn’s Sinfonia Concertante, for orchestra and solo violin, cello, oboe, and bassoon. Anton Webern’s Langsamer Satz for strings brings us to the 20th century with lyricism and modern tonalities. The full orchestra returns to the stage for the Symphony No. 2 by Jean Sibelius.
New this year, MSO introduces a line-up of extra-concert activities called “More with Midcoast,” presented at the Orion Center from 1:15 to 1:45, right before the Sunday concerts.
On Jan.14, join us for A Conversation with Our Conductor, when our conductor, Rohan Smith, will discuss and offer personal reflections about the January program.
This concert will be performed in the Orion Performing Arts Center, 66 Republic Ave., in Topsham, Sunday, January 14, at 2:30 p.m.
Adult $20 – 18 and under and college students with ID are admitted free.
Our website for more information and tickets is http://www.midcoastsymphony.org
Tickets are available at the door by cash or check only.
Tickets by Phone at 207-846-5378 (MSO Box Office)
– Gulf of Maine Books (Brunswick)
– Now You’re Cooking (Bath)
A subscription for the remainder of the season is available for $60. Each subscription includes 4 tickets: one for each program, plus an extra (companion) ticket for any one concert in this season. Tickets are sent by mail before the first concert.
Season ticket holders may exchange any tickets in the same season.Season tickets also may be ordered by mail. Mail check for $60 to: Midcoast Symphony Orchestra; PO Box 86; Brunswick, ME 04011. Please specify your preferred concerts (Lewiston/Saturday evenings or Topsham/Sunday afternoons).
This concert also will be performed in the Gendron Franco Center, 46 Cedar St., in Lewiston, Saturday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m..