Spring for Music

Spring for Music is proving to be one of the most innovative concerts series in the country. This year, the orchestras from Baltimore, Albany, Buffalo, Detroit and Washington D.C. performed for six consecutive nights at Carnegie Hall. Classical 90.5 will bring you highlights from Spring for Music all week at 8pm.Toledo-Photo-029-R-©-Steve-J.-Sherman


Baltimore Symphony
Marin Alsop, Music Director
Time for Three – Zachary De Pue, Violin; Nicolas Kendall, Violin; Ranaan Meyer, Double Bass
ADAMS Shaker Loop
HIGDON Concerto 4-3
PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 4 (1947 version)

Albany Symphony Orchestra
David Alan Miller, Music Director
Kevin Cole, Piano
HARBISON Suite from The Great Gatsby (NY premiere)
GERSHWIN Second Rhapsody for piano and orchestra
GOULD Symphony No.3

Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra
JoAnn Falletta, Conductor
KANCHELI “Morning Prayers” from Life Without Christmas
GLIERE Symphony No.3 “Ilya Muromets”

Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Leonard Slatkin, Music Director
Storm Large, Vocalist
RACHMANINOFF Caprice Bohemian
RACHMANINOFF The Isle of the Dead
WEILL Seven Deadly Sins
RAVEL La Valse

National Symphony Orchestra
Christoph Eschenbach, Conductor
SCHNITTKE Symphony No.6

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