The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra continues its 42nd season with live streamed performances featuring award winning Maestro Francesco Lecce-Chong and top prize winning classical guitar virtuoso Adam Levin. Maestro Lecce-Chong will lead the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra in a remarkable program including magnificent Brooklyn-based Jessie Montgomery’s beautiful and textural Strum for string orchestra, Grażyna Bacewicz’s  energetic Concerto for String Orchestra, and the charming Divertimento No. 1 in D Major by W.A. Mozart. Mr. Levin will perform two pieces for classical guitar: contemporary Spanish-American composer Leonardo Balada’s Caprichos No. 1 for guitar and string orchestra, Balada’s brilliant homage to Federico Garcia Lorca and Joaquin Turina’s traditional Spanish work Fantasia-Sevillana for solo guitar.

The February 27 and 28 performances will feature a reduced orchestra and will be streamed live from Skyview Concert Hall without an in-person audience (in accordance with Washington State’s guidelines). The broadcast on Saturday, February 27 will begin at 6:30pm with the fifth installment of the celebrated VSO pre-concert show Da Capo, hosted by VSO Podcast host Ashley Hall and VSO trombonist Greg Scholl. Intermission will feature special, not-to-be-missed interviews. The performance and the show on Sunday, February 28 will also be streamed live and will begin at 2:30pm.

Schedules

  • Occurs Saturday, February 27th, 2021 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
  • Occurs Sunday, February 28th, 2021 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Venue

VSO Virtual Concert Hall

1300 NW 139th St
VANCOUVER, WA 98685

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