The simple charms and sudden winds of country life find symphonic voice in Beethoven’s incomparable tribute to nature.
Mexican renaissance man Carlos Chávez arranged the Chaconne
of 17th-century organist Dietrich Buxtehude for his Orquesta sinfónica de México in 1937.
Renowned violinist Augustin Hadelich returns to Utah to present a heartfelt work by a composer who always wished he had been a virtuoso performer himself.
Beethoven described the 6th Symphony as “more an expression of feeling than painting” but, thanks to Fantasia, vivid images come to mind regardless.
Tito Muñoz conducts.