D’un matin de printemps (Of a Spring Morning)
“Nimrod”, Variation IX from Variations on an Original Theme, Opus 36 (Enigma)
Starburst (for Symphonic Orchestra)
Four Sea Interludes, from Peter Grimes, Opus 33a, IV: Storm Presto con fuoco
Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, (Danse de la Fée-Dragée) from The Nutcracker, Opus 71.
Dance of the Mirlitons (“Reed Flutes”) from The Nutcracker Suite, Opus 71a
Trepak (“Russian Dance”) from The Nutcracker Suite, Opus 71a
Symphony No. 3 in C minor, III: Juba
Pictures at an Exhibition, orchestrated by Maurice Ravel, X. The Great Gate of Kiev
The Grammy Award-winning Minnesota Orchestra, now in its second century, ranks among America’s top symphonic ensembles, with a distinguished history of acclaimed performances in its home state and around the world; award-winning recordings, broadcasts and educational engagement programs; and a commitment to intentionally build concert programs to feature more works by composers of color, exploring music both contemporary and historic. This fall, Danish conductor Thomas Søndergård begins his tenure as music director.
Danish conductor Thomas Søndergård, the newly announced 11th music director of the Minnesota Orchestra, will serve for the 2022-23 season as the ensemble’s music director designate before beginning his music director role in September 2023. He is the current music director of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO), following six seasons as principal guest conductor. Between 2012 and 2018, he served as principal conductor of BBC National Orchestra of Wales (BBC NOW), after stepping down as principal conductor and musical advisor of the Norwegian Radio Orchestra.
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