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Muti Conducts Brahms, Still & Price

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Riccardo Muti presents two groundbreaking pieces by the first African Americans to have symphonic works performed by major orchestras. William Grant Still’s Mother and Child is a touching work based on a painting by Sargent Johnson. Florence Price’s expressive Third Symphony gives a powerful voice to the African American experience. Julia Fischer brings her “burnished and splendid tone” (The Daily Telegraph) to Brahms’ lyrical Violin Concerto.

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Thursday, April 23, 2020 8:00 PM


Orchestra Hall



Brahms Violin Concerto
Still Mother and Child
Price Symphony No. 3

Concert Extras
  • Preconcert conversation with Johann Buis, Phillip Huscher, Dr. Tammy Kernodle, and Dr. Douglas Shadle: Thursday, April 23, 6:30–7:15, Armour Stage (Note special time)
  • Preconcert Special Chamber Music Performances by Civic Orchestra Musicians of works by Florence Price, 7:00–7:55, Grainger Ballroom and First Floor Rotunda
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