Broadcast/Telecast/Webcast, Orchestral Music



Winston-Salem Symphony: London Calling


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( Sat., Oct. 24, 2020 )

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Program

Make a night of it and return with us to the Stevens Center stage as we celebrate the opening of a Reimagined season. Haydn’s brilliant final symphony was written while the composer was living in London and heralds the city as its namesake. New York-based, London-born Anna Clyne’s Sound and Fury quotes Haydn and lends a 21st-century color to an 18th-century instrumentation. Rossini’s ever-popular overture to The Barber of Seville adds a humorous touch to this stylish program. 

Notes

All these concerts will be available online to Stage Pass members. Stage Pass is a new digital membership program providing access to exclusive online content including live-streamed performances, Etherbound presentations, behind-the-scenes extras, and interviews with musicians and special guests. Stage Pass can be purchased at wssymphony.org for $75. Additionally, the Winston-Salem Symphony will continue to offer a number of special digital performances through its social media channels including Musician Moments, Camera1, and a new Etherbound project, expected November 2020.

Cost

$ ticketed

Series

20-21 Season Reimagined

Dates

  • Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 7:30 PM