National Symphony Orchestra

Noseda conducts Mahler’s Fourth
NSO stars play Haydn

Concert Hall

Four exceptional NSO principals engage in a spirited musical conversation as they take center stage in Haydn’s joyful Sinfonia Concertante. The program, conducted by Noseda, concludes with Mahler’s heavenly Fourth Symphony.

May 7 - 9, 2020

upcoming dates

  • Thu. May 7, 2020 7p.m.

  • Fri. May 8, 2020 8p.m.

  • Sat. May 9, 2020 8p.m.

  • Genre

    Music

  • Price Range

    $15.00 – $99.00

Program

Haydn Sinfonia Concertante
Mahler Symphony No. 4

Gianandrea Noseda, conductor
Nicholas Stovall, oboe
Sue Heineman, bassoon
Marissa Regni, violin
David Hardy, cello

Four exceptional NSO principals engage in a spirited musical conversation as they take center stage in Haydn’s joyful Sinfonia Concertante. The program, conducted by Noseda, concludes with Mahler’s heavenly Fourth Symphony, a piece combining the composer’s love of nature and humor with his search for the meaning of life.

ForeWords
Beginning at 7 p.m. before the May 8 & 9 performances
Before your concert, join us in the Justice Forum at the REACH for fascinating stories behind the music led by NPR’s Ted Libbey! Each ForeWords lasts 30 minutes and is free and open to the public. Look for even more of these offerings throughout the season.

AfterWords
Immediately following the May 7 performance
Stay after the performance for an insightful discussion with the some of the exciting guest artists and NSO musicians featured on the night’s program, moderated by NSO Director of Artistic Planning Nigel Boon. You may even have an opportunity to ask a question! Look for even more of these offerings throughout the season; each AfterWords is free with your concert ticket.

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