Why See St. Louis Symphony - Pines of Rome?
Join the St. Louis Symphony as led by resident conductor Gemma New for this program that takes us on an evocative journey across lands and time. Leading with Respighi's imaginative portrait of pine trees in four locations across the Italian capital. From children's games in a public park, chittering nightingales in a solitary graveyard to the tramp of soldiers in the days of the Roman Empire, this dawn-to-dusk tone poem is an enchanting way to experience the ancient city and its soundscapes.
Additionally, expect to hear a splash of Spanish color with Rimksy-Koraskov's folk infused Capriccio espagnole, the sounds of the birds at the Arctic Circle in Rautavaara's Cantus Artcticus and a response to environmental change in Tuur's Solastalgia.
Opening night: 23 March 2018
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