Saturday, September 19, 2020 at 8pm
Sunday, September 20, 2020 at 3pm
JAMES LOWE, CONDUCTOR
JON KIMURA PARKER, PIANO
SARAH SHAFER, SOPRANO
DEBORAH NANSTEEL, MEZZO
SPOKANE SYMPHONY CHORALE
Rescheduled from May, it seems fitting to open the 75th Season with Mahler's Resurrection symphony. Moving from despair, through hope to a final moving re-birth, Mahler's epic work takes the listener on an incredible journey from darkness to light.
Audience favorite, world-class pianist Jon Kimura Parker joins us for Mozart's most famours piano concerto. Music of playfulness, joy and solace, the slow movement was used in the Swedish film Elvira Madigan, and the work has taken on that name ever since. Mozart's own father called the work fiendishly difficult to play, and the last movement is Mozart at his exuberant best.
In what is bound to be a moving program, we celebrate the start of the Spokane Symphony's 75th anniversary season and the resilience of the human spirit.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Piano Concerto No. 21, K.467 in C major, "Elvira Madigan"
Gustav Mahler — Symphony No. 2 in C minor, "Resurrection"
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The Covid-19 pandemic has changed a lot of things in our world, but not our commitment to you. As we navigate the 2020-21 season, we will be there for you, just as you continue to be there for us. We will be accommodating should you be unable to safely attend an event. If we make the decision that an event needs to be rescheduled or cancelled, we will let you now as soon as possible, providing you the choice of ticket donations, exchanges, and refunds. As we look to the future together, thank you for considering the effect that mass refunds have on the financial stability of your Spokane Symphony. You are always welcome to put the value of your tickets back into your account and use the funds for another event. We look forward to the 75th season of the Spokane Symphony, bringing live orchestral music to Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, while keeping our audience and musicians safe!