Our final main season concert of the year features pieces which reflect on time and place. The marvelous soprano, Jennifer Casey Cabot, returns to our stage for Richard Strauss’s Four Last Songs. As the name suggests, these songs were among the last the composer wrote. Each one is named for a specific time period and they are infused with the presence of death, but emanate a sense of calm and acceptance, a life complete. Things take a cheery turn in Libby Larsen’s Deep Summer, which reflects the phenomenal blaze of color that enlivens the plains landscape. This celebration of nature’s abundance is a joyful depiction of peace and awe by one of America’s finest living composers. Capital City Symphony's Assistant Conductor, Tiffany Lu, will direct a performance of Richard Wagner's Siegfried Idyll, the lush symphonic poem for chamber orchestra which Wagner composed as a birthday present for his wife, Cosima. Our program concludes with Respighi’s evocative Pines of Rome, a tone poem that takes us on a tour of the Eternal City. Conducted by Victoria Gau.
Capital City Symphony's "Times and Places" concert is funded in part by the Capitol Hill Community Foundation.
On the Program:
Richard Wagner, Siegfried Idyll
Richard Strauss, Four Last Songs
Libby Larsen, Deep Summer Music
Ottorino Respighi, Pines of Rome
Visit the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office to buy your tickets today. You may call the box office at 202-399-7993. The box office is open between 9am and5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The box office is also open one hour before each performance.
Adult tickets $25, student tickets $15, FREE tickets for kids age 16 or under.
Planning to attend more than one concert? Check out our subscription packages.
Great Masters, Young Stars is a Capital City Symphony main season event.