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2017/ 18 S EASON

OCTOBER 27-29, 2017

A game-changing addition to the concerto repertoire, Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto showcases the full expressive and virtuosic powers of the instrument.

With an expansive orchestra, Strauss paints a grandiose picture of his take on the life of a hero: himself.

Hadelich Plays Mendelssohn

Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor Augustin Hadelich, violin

A Hero’s Life

Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor GRIEG Selections from Peer Gynt STRAUSS Ein Heldenleben (A Hero’s Life)

ELGAR Pomp and Circumstance, March No. 1 MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto in E Minor RACHMANINOFF Symphony No. 3

OCTOBER 6-8, 2017

NOVEMBER 10-12, 2017

Prokofiev Symphony No. 5

Enigma Variations

Prokofiev said of his ever-popular Symphony No. 5, “it was born in me and clamored for expression.”

Elgar’s storied work describes 14 friends through 14 variations that continue to delight and perplex even the most dedicated music-lovers.

Teddy Abrams, conductor and piano MICHAEL TILSON-THOMAS Agnegram RAVEL Piano Concerto in G Major PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 5

Nicholas Carter, conductor Behzod Abduraimov, piano VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis SHOSTAKOVICH Piano Concerto No. 1 ELGAR Enigma Variations fwsymphony.org | 817.665.6500 | 6

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SEPTEMBER 8-10, 2017

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra 2017-2018 Season Brochure  
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