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Reserve your seats for the entire LPO season.
Saturday, August 24, 2020
STRAVINSKY • Dumbarton Oaks Concerto
BACH • Double Violin Concerto
Densi Rushing, concertmaster
Marat Gabdullin, violin
ALBINONI • Adagio
BACH • Air on the G String
SCHUBERT • Symphony No. 5
In the beginning was Bach, and our season begins with his Double Concerto for Two Violins, as well as the very popular “Air on the G String”. His music is challenging to play and rewarding to hear, and he inspired Stravinsky to create his Dumbarton Oaks Concerto, which opens the concert. Schubert’s delightful gem, Symphony No. 5, concludes the program.
Everybody Loves a Classic
Saturday, February 8, 2020
MOZART • Clarinet Concerto
Stacey DiPaolo, principal clarinet
MOZART • Horn Concerto No. 3
Kate Pritchett, principal horn
HAYDN • Symphony No. 94, “Surprise”
Mozart and Haydn are the very embodiment of “classical” music. The Mozart wind concerti remain supreme examples of the genre, and require great “athletic” ability to play them. The clarinet concerto and third horn concerto are absolutely infectious with melody and classical fun. Haydn’s “Surprise” Symphony, takes fun to another level to round out the program.
Saturday, April 25, 2020
WILLIAMS • Olympic Fanfare and Theme
RAVEL • Piano Concerto in G
Jon Kalbfleisch, piano
BARTOK • Concerto for Orchestra
You’ve heard it a million times on TV, but to hear John Williams’ Olympic Theme and Fanfare played live in Lawton will really get your competitive spirit going. Ravel’s jazz-infused piano concerto, with echoes of Gershwin, has our conductor doing double duty, and Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra gives nearly every player a solo in this orchestral showcase to end the season.