Brahms' First Symphony
Friday, September 13 & Sunday, September 15, 2019

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Full of sublime melodies, glorious harmonies and an impassioned urgency that would become his orchestral trademark, Brahms' First Symphony was so monumental it's sometimes referred to "Beethoven's Tenth." Discovered in an abandoned Chicago home in 2009, Florence Price's once-lost Second Violin Concerto stands among the best American violin concertos.

Friday night concerts at 7:30 pm, at First United Methodist Church, Portland
Sunday afternoon concerts at 3 pm at Mt. Hood Community College Theater, Gresham

ROSSINI

William Tell Overture

FLORENCE PRICE

Violin Concerto No. 2 (1952)

BRAHMS

Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68



Steven Byess, conductor
Er-Gene Kahng, violin

Want More info?
Learn more:
The (No Longer) Lost Concertos of Florence Price
The Rediscovery of Florence Price
What Makes Brahms' First Symphony a Masterpiece?

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