Why See St. Louis Symphony - Mozart and Brahms?
A little night music
The St. Louis Symphony lay on a cheerful program led by Mozart's joy-filled favorite Eine kline Nachtmusik and Brahms' optimistic Symphony No. 2. Sandwiched in between are two of Vaughn Williams' greatest works, the evocative Lark Ascending and Shakespeare inspired Serenade for Music. Under the baton of Stephane Deneve, the evening also features the talents St. Louis Symphony Chorus and violinist David Halen.
Brahms Symphony No.2
Composed in a relatively short time compared to his first, and despite his mischievous note to his publisher about its melancholy, Brahms' Symphony No.2 represents a high point of the composer's career. Pleasant and warm, let Deneve and the Orchestra wrap you up in its melodic richness.
Opening night: 8 February 2019
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