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Longwood Symphony Orchestra

08/15/2012

in collaboration with Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts

Longwood Symphony Orchestra

 

The acclaimed orchestra of Boston’s medical community and conductor Matthew Aucoin perform an all-Mozart program featuring the winner of the Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts Concerto Competition.

 

7 PM

 

Matthew Aucoin, Conductor

 

All Mozart Program

 

Don Giovanni: Overture

Piano Concerto No. 21
     Featuring the winner of the Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts Concerto Competition

Symphony No. 41, Jupiter

 

 

Join the Longwood Symphony Orchestra and conductor Matthew Aucoin for an all-Mozart program. Named after Boston's Longwood Medical Area, the LSO is composed primarily of health-care professionals who are also highly trained musicians. Debuting with the LSO is conductor Matthew Aucoin, a recent graduate of Harvard College who will serve this fall as Assistant Conductor of the Metropolitan Opera and Music Director/Composer-in-Residence of the ensemble Encounters at the Peabody Essex Museum. Aucoin leads the LSO in three of Mozart's most beloved works: the Overture to Don Giovanni, Piano Concerto No. 21, and Symphony No. 41 ("Jupiter"). Talented young musicians from the Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts will join the LSO on stage.

 

Where: DCR's Hatch Shell on the Esplanade

For directions to the Hatch Shell click here.

 

Rain location: Back Bay Events Center

 180 Berkeley Street

 Boston, MA 02116

For directions to the Back Bay Events Center click here.

 

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