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MIGUEL FWSO AND THE

a musical journey 2014-2015 SEASON

C E L E B R A T I N G 1 5 Y E A R S W I T H M I G U E L H A RT H - B E D O YA


You're invited COME CELEBRATE THE MAESTRO’S FIFTEENTH SEASON AS MUSIC DIRECTOR OF THE FORT WORTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA!

MAESTRO’S FAVORITE MASTERWORKS Experience the profound beauty of symphonic music in a season-long journey highlighted by the Maestro’s favorite masterworks including works by Tchaikovsky, Ravel, Brahms, Schumann, Rachmaninoff, Beethoven, and more. BEST OF POPS Enjoy hearing some of the best in show business, with Pops performers like Kenny G, Megan Hilty, Sara Evans, and The von Trapps, as well as crowd-pleasing favorites like Star Wars & Beyond: The Music of John Williams, Cirque de la Symphonie, and our famous Swingin’ New Year’s Eve. COMPOSER-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM Discover new sounds with the FWSO Composer-in-Residence program – featuring THREE of this century’s most innovative and gifted composers: London-born Anna Clyne, Pulitzer Prize winner Jennifer Higdon, and Adam Schoenberg, winner of ASCAP’s Morton Gould Young Composer Award. ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM Meet the FWSO’s new Artist-in-Residence – 2013 Cliburn gold medalist Vadym Kholodenko – as we begin a two-year exploration of the five Prokofiev piano concertos, beginning with Nos. 2 and 5.

We invite you to celebrate with us the fifteen-year legacy of Music Director Miguel Harth-Bedoya and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra – after all, our treasured symphony family completes the partnership!


MIGUEL

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A MUSICAL JOURNEY 2014-2015 SEASON

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SYM PHON I C S E RI ES FESTIVAL

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POPS S E RI ES

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MIGUEL HARTH BEDOYA, MUSIC DIRECTOR


15 MILESTONES FOR 15 YEARS 2000 Miguel Harth-Bedoya named as the ninth Music Director in FWSO history 2001 Composer Festival established, now a mainstay in the FWSO’s

artistic initiatives

2002 Miguel receives the prestigious Seaver/NEA Conductor’s Award 2005 Quality of the orchestra improved by increasing the full-time musician

corps from 41 to 63 members and expanding the Symphonic Series from 9 to 10 concert weekends

2006 Composer-in-Residence program established, widely recognized for

excellence and innovation

2006 Released the first-ever bilingual recording of Peter and the Wolf narrated

by Miguel and stage and screen actor Michael York

2007 Founded Caminos del Inka, a project of historical significance that

discovers and preserves the rich musical legacy of the Americas

2008 Miguel conducts FWSO’s triumphant debut at Carnegie Hall with two

sold-out performances that were critically acclaimed

2008 Two-year Mahler Festival hailed by critics as high-water mark of FWSO’s

artistic evolution

2010 Miguel named Jennifer Higdon FWSO Composer-in-Residence, the same

year she received the Pulitzer Prize for Music

2012 FWSO celebrated its 100th anniversary with an artistically rich season

featuring the world-premiere of Jimmy Lopez’s Peru Negro, commissioned by Miguel

2013 Released SUR, the second Caminos del Inka CD and the eighth recording

released by the FWSO during Miguel’s tenure

2013 Miguel appointed as Chief Conductor of the Norwegian Radio Orchestra 2014 Miguel conducts the FWSO performing the National Anthem for an

audience of nearly 50,000 at Texas Rangers Opening Day

2014 Miguel receives an Honorary Doctorate of Music from Texas

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2 014 -2 015 SEASON AT- A - GL AN CE CA LENDA R 2 014

COME SEE WHAT 2014 BRINGS. JOIN US ON THIS MUSICAL JOURNEY!

AUG 22-24 SEPT 5-7 SEPT 12-14 SEPT 27 OCT 3-5 OCT 10-12 OCT 24-26 NOV 7-9 NOV 14-16 NOV 29-30 DEC 2 DEC 4

Brahms & Dvořák: Two Old Friends Great Performances Festival Star Wars & Beyond: A John Williams Adventure Star-Telegram Pops Series Beethoven’s Triple Concerto American Airlines Symphonic Series Sara Evans Special Event The Emperor & Ravel American Airlines Symphonic Series Megan Hilty – Luck Be A Lady Star-Telegram Pops Series Cliburn Gold American Airlines Symphonic Series Hitchcock! Star-Telegram Pops Series American Ballads American Airlines Symphonic Series Home For The Holidays Star-Telegram Pops Series Handel's Messiah Special Event Von Trapp Family Christmas

Special Event

DEC 31

Swingin’ New Year’s Eve Special Event

2 015 JAN 9-11 JAN 23-25 JAN 30-FEB 1 FEB 13-15 FEB 28 MAR 6-8 MAR 13-15 MAR 20-22 APR 10-12 MAY 15-17

Grammy-Winning Percussion American Airlines Symphonic Series Kenny G Star-Telegram Pops Series Lalo & Schumann American Airlines Symphonic Series Love and Prokofiev American Airlines Symphonic Series Gala: Lang Lang Special Event Korngold & Dvořák American Airlines Symphonic Series Celtic Magic Star-Telegram Pops Series Two Mighty Fifths American Airlines Symphonic Series Cirque de la Symphonie Star-Telegram Pops Series Revueltas & Rachmaninoff American Airlines Symphonic Series

All programs and artists are subject to change. All performances are held in Bass Performance Hall unless othewise noted. All Friday and Saturday evening performance begin at 7:30 PM except for the Gala Event: Lang Lang which begins at 7 PM. All Sunday performances begin at 2 PM unles otherwise noted.

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symphonic series Simone Dinnerstein

Carlos Kalmar

Katia Skanavi

Adam Schoenberg

Jennifer Higdon


SEPT E M B E R 12-14, 2 014 B E ET H OV EN ’ S T R I PL E C O N C E RTO Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor

Michael Shih, Violin Claudio Bohorquez, Cello Katia Skanavi, Piano

The 2014-2015 Symphonic season opens with the fresh and forceful sounds of new FWSO Composer-in-Residence Anna Clyne, followed by Beethoven’s sweeping Triple Concerto in C Major. Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony closes the first symphonic program. ANNA CLYNE BEETHOVEN TCHAIKOVSKY

<<Rewind<< Triple Concerto, Op. 56 Symphony No. 4 in F Minor, Op. 36

O C TOB E R 3 - 5 , 2 014 T H E E MPE RO R & R AVEL Carlos Kalmar, Guest Conductor | Simone Dinnerstein, Piano With five solo albums topping the classical charts, American pianist Simone Dinnerstein makes her Fort Worth debut with Beethoven’s famous “Emperor” concerto. We feature an all-French second half, including Maestro Miguel’s favorite, Ravel’s rapturous La valse. BRITTEN BEETHOVEN RAVEL RAVEL

Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, Op. 33a Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-Flat Major, Op. 73, “Emperor” Valses nobles et sentimentales La valse

O C TOB E R 24 -26, 2 014 C L I B U RN GO L D Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor | Vadym Kholodenko, Piano The FWSO proudly launches a new artistic partnership with 2013 Cliburn Gold Medalist Vadym Kholodenko in a two-year commitment to performing all five Prokofiev piano concertos. The formidable Piano Concerto No. 2 in G Minor is paired in this program with Verdi’s majestic overture to Nabucco and Brahms’ joyful Symphony No. 2 in D Major. VERDI PROKOFIEV BRAHMS

Overture to Nabucco Piano Concerto No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 16 Symphony No. 2., Op. 73

N OV E M B E R 14 -16, 2 014 AME R I C A N BAL L ADS Andrés Franco, Guest Conductor | Simone Porter, Violin In an all-American first half, violin prodigy Simone Porter makes her Fort Worth debut with Samuel Barber’s lyrical Violin Concerto, following Copland’s lyrical ballet suite Appalachian Spring. Resisting peer pressure to compose a nationalistic paean to Stalin and Red Russia, Shostakovich’s exuberant neo-classical Ninth symphony has become one of his most accessible and loved works. COPLAND BARBER SHOSTAKOVICH

Suite from Appalachian Spring Violin Concerto, Op. 14 Symphony No. 9 in E-Flat Major, Op. 70

indicates Maestro's Favorite

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Miguel Harth-Bedoya and Vadym Kholodenko

Colin Currie

Adolfo GutiĂŠrrez Arenas Simone Porter

Stefan Jackiw

Pablo SĂĄinz Villegas


JA N UARY 9 -11, 2 015 G R AMMY-W I N N I N G PERC U SS I O N Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor | Colin Currie, Percussion

Pulitzer Prize winner and returning FWSO Composer-in-Residence Jennifer Higdon makes a welcome appearance in the symphonic line-up when percussionist Colin Currie performs her Grammy-winning Percussion Concerto. Rachmaninoff’s monumental Symphony No. 2 travels from turmoil to triumph, closing the concert with a blazing fanfare. COPLAND JENNIFER HIGDON RACHMANINOFF

Fanfare for the Common Man Percussion Concerto Symphony No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 27

JA N UARY 30 - F E B RUA RY 1, 2 015 L A LO & SC HUMAN N Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor | Adolfo Gutiérrez Arenas, Cello

Spanish cellist Adolfo Gutiérrez Arenas makes his Fort Worth debut with Lalo’s rarelyperformed Cello Concerto, followed by Schumann’s massive Second Symphony with its stunning slow movement and gestures to Beethoven’s influence. WEBER LALO SCHUMANN

Overture to Der Freischütz Cello Concerto in D Minor Symphony No. 2 in C Major, Op. 6

FEB RUARY 13 -15 , 2 015 LOV E AN D PRO KO FI EV Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor | Pablo Sáinz Villegas, Guitar

From the escapades and flirtatious tunes of Die Fledermaus to the sweeping melodies of Rodrigo’s 1939 guitar concerto and Prokofiev’s ballet suite based on the tragic Shakespearean love story, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra performs the music of romance. J. STRAUSS JR. RODRIGO PROKOFIEV

Overture to Die Fledermaus Concierto de Aranjuez Suite from Romeo & Juliet

MA RC H 6 - 8, 2 015 KO RN G O L D & DVO Ř ÁK Eugene Tzigane, Conductor | Stefan Jackiw, Violin

Best known for his Hollywood film scores, in later life Erich Korngold turned to concert music such as the gorgeously melodic Violin Concerto. You’ll also hear Dvořák’s loving celebration of his Czech homeland and culture with his Symphony No. 7 in D Minor. RAVEL KORNGOLD DVOŘÁK

Le tombeau de Couperin Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35 Symphony No. 7 in D Minor, Op. 70

MA RC H 2 0 -22, 2 015 T WO M I G H T Y FI FTH S Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor | Vadym Kholodenko, Piano

2013 Cliburn Gold Medalist Vadym Kholodenko makes his second appearance of the season to perform Prokofiev’s boisterous final piano concerto. The FWSO opens the concert with Richard Strauss’ virtuosic tone poem, Don Juan, and closes with Beethoven’s awe-inspiring Fifth Symphony, whose opening motif is now engrained in pop culture. R. STRAUSS PROKOFIEV BEETHOVEN

Don Juan, Op. 20 Piano Concerto No. 5 in G Major, Op. 55 Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67

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M AY 15-17, 2015 R E VUELTAS & R AC HMAN I N O FF Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor Barry Douglas, Piano Energized by the 2008 elections, FWSO Composer-in-Residence Adam Schoenberg describes his American Symphony as an homage to our past and a forward look to a brighter future. His Copland-inspired work is followed by Rachmaninoff’s turbulent Piano Concerto No. 2, featuring legendary Irish pianist Barry Douglas. Described as a Mexican Rite of Spring, the ritualistic La noche de los mayas concludes the concert in a frenzy of percussion. ADAM SCHOENBERG American Symphony RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 18 REVUELTAS La noche de los mayas

Barry Douglas

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2014 - 2 015 G R E A T P E R F O R M A N C E S F E S T I V A L

BRAHMS & DVORÁK: TWO OLD FRIENDS “Dvořák is, for me, along with Brahms, the most outstanding musician...” − Hans von Bülow Their friendship began when Brahms, already a renowned composer, used his influence to secure for Dvořák a composition prize. This early recognition blossomed into welcome success and in following years Brahms became both friend and mentor to the Czech composer. Join Music Director Miguel Harth-Bedoya and the FWSO as we explore the works of two great composers and friendly colleagues – Johannes Brahms and Antonin Dvořák.

F RI DAY, AUGUST 22, 2014 7: 30 PM Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor Augustin Hadelich, Violin DVOŘÁK Othello Overture, Op. 93 BRAHMS Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77 DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 9 in E Minor “From The New World,” Op. 95

SAT URDAY, AU GUST 23, 2014 7: 30 PM Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor Zandra McMaster, Mezzo-Soprano BRAHMS DVOŘÁK BRAHMS DVOŘÁK

Academic Festival Overture, Op. 80 Biblical Songs, Op. 99 Selections from Hungarian Dances Selections from Slavonic Dances

SUN DAY, AUGUST 24, 2014 2 : 0 0 PM Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor Augustin Hadelich, Violin BRAHMS Tragic Overture DVOŘÁK Violin Concerto in A Minor, Op. 53 BRAHMS Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68 ALL CONCERTS HELD AT BASS PERFORMANCE HALL

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Festival single tickets on sale July 28.

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pops series

Star Wars and Beyond: A John Williams Adventure

“MEGAN HILTY SPARKLES...“

— The Cincinnati Enquirer

Megan Hilty − Luck Be A Lady Star of the NBC hit Smash

Hitchcock!


SEPT E M B E R 5 -7, 2 014 STA R WA R S & B EYO N D: A J O H N W I L L IAMS ADVEN TUR E Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra | Andrés Franco, Conductor It’s the music that brought to life the most action-packed films of the 20th century – Jaws, E.T., Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Saving Private Ryan, and Star Wars! Launch your 2014-2015 Pops season with the music of five-time Academy Award winner and legendary film composer John Williams.

O C TOB E R 10 -12, 2 014 MEGAN HILTY – LUCK BE A LADY Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra | Stuart Chafetz, Conductor From her Broadway debut as Glinda in Wicked to starring roles in the NBC television hit Smash, the new “Princess of Broadway” Megan Hilty pays tribute to Frank Sinatra. Don’t miss her knockout performances featuring hits like “The Lady Is A Tramp,” “Moon River,” “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” and more.

N OV E M B E R 7- 9, 2 014 H ITC H C OC K ! Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra | Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor Join the FWSO for a musical anthology of Hitchcock’s greatest thrills and chills! You’ll hear the spine-tingling scores created by Lyn Murray, Bernard Hermann and Dmitri Tiomkin for movies like To Catch A Thief, Vertigo, and North By Northwest – complete with scenes from each film played on Bass Hall’s movie screen. Suspense has never sounded so good!

N OV E M B E R 29 - 30 , 2 014 H OME FO R THE H O L I DAYS Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra | Andrés Franco, Conductor Southwestern Seminary Master Chorale Texas Boys Choir It’s a holly jolly Christmas with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Texas Boys Choir and the Southwestern Seminary Master Chorale! Enjoy your favorite holiday carols with an audience sing-along in the only place in Texas where snow flurries are guaranteed! NOTE: There is no Friday night show due to the Parade of Lights. Friday Pops subscribers will receive tickets to the Saturday matinee performance.

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NOTE: ALL FRI & SAT CONCERTS BEGIN AT 7:30 PM Celtic Magic Cathie Ryan and Band

JA N UARY 23 -25 , 2 015 K E N NY G Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra | Ron Spigelman, Conductor Superstar Kenny G joins the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra for three unforgettable performances! Relax to the mellow sounds of Grammy Award-winning saxophonist, and highest-selling instrumental musician of our time, as he performs hits like “Havana,” “Forever in Love,” “Heart and Soul,” “Silhouette” and “My Heart Will Go On.”

M A RC H 13 -15 , 2 015 C E LTI C M AG I C Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra | Jeff Tyzik, Conductor Cathie Ryan and Band Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and the emerald isle with heart-felt ballads, high-energy jigs and more from international recording artist and former lead singer of Cherish the Ladies Cathie Ryan and her band, with guest conductor Jeff Tyzik and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.

A PRI L 10 -12, 2 015 C I R Q U E D E L A SY M PH O N I E Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor Back by popular request – Cirque de la Symphonie returns to Bass Performance Hall in the final concert of the 2014-2015 FWSO Pops season. Watch in delight as aerialists, acrobats, dancers, jugglers, contortionists and more perform amazing feats to classical masterpieces!

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Cirque de la Symphonie

“CIRQUE DE LA SYMPHONIE DAZZLES AND DEFIES DEATH” — The San Francisco Examiner

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special events SAT U R DAY, S E PT. 27, 2 014 SA R A EVAN S Considered heir apparent to legendary singers Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette, Sara Evans brings country back to Bass Performance Hall in a performance of her greatest hits, like “Suds in a Bucket,” “Born to Fly,” and “A Little Bit Stronger.”

T U ES DAY, D EC. 2, 2 014 H A N D E L ' S ME SS IAH David Thye, Conductor | Southwestern Seminary Master Chorale Recognized as Handel’s masterpiece from its first performance in 1742, don’t miss Fort Worth’s finest Messiah performed by the FWSO and the Southwestern Seminary Master Chorale. Now a holiday classic, the thrilling choruses alternating with soaring solos and triumphant orchestration make Handel’s Messiah a joyful and powerful beginning to your winter celebration!

T H U RS DAY, D EC. 4, 2 014 VO N T R A PP FAM I LY C H R I ST MAS Made famous by the Academy-Award winning 1965 film The Sound of Music, the von Trapps – great-grandchildren of Maria and the Captain – return to Fort Worth with a Christmas concert for the entire family. Enjoy this one-night-only performance of seasonal American and Austrian songs and let the sound of music fill your holiday!

W ED N ES DAY, D EC. 31, 2 014 SWINGIN’ NEW YEAR’S EVE Mike Berkowitz, Conductor & Drums Tony Babino, Vocalist | Lisanne Lyons, Vocalist It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing! Let the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and Conductor Mike Berkowitz fill your New Year’s Eve with the hottest standards of the swing era. Hits like “Sing Sing Sing,” and Count Basie’s “One O-Clock Jump” along with your favorite Sinatra, Glen Miller and Henry Mancini tunes will have you dancing in the aisles all night long!

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Von Trapp Family Christmas

Swingin' New Years Eve

Handel's Messiah

Sara Evans


SAT U R DAY, F E B. 28, 2 015 GA L A : L A N G L A N G 7: 0 0 PM Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Conductor | Lang Lang, Piano He discovered a love for the piano at the age of 2 after watching “The Cat Concerto” – a Tom & Jerry cartoon – and later became one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. Described by critics as a soloist with “jaw-dropping virtuosity” and “exhilarating flair and brilliance,” international rock-star pianist Lang Lang joins the FWSO’s Gala concert for a thrilling performance of Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1.

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ENJOY THE CONVENIENCE Best available seating for every performance in your series. FREE parking in 777 Main Parking Garage. Get a head-start: purchase special events like country music singer Sara Evans and piano superstar Lang Lang before they go on sale to the general public. Dine at your favorite Fort Worth restaurants prior to concerts using our exclusive subscriber’s membership card.

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NO. OF SEATS

1st Choice

PRICE PER SEAT

x $

= $

2nd Choice 3rd Choice SPECIAL CONCERTS Events may only be ordered with the purchase of a Symphonic or Pops Series season ticket.

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SARA EVANS SAT., SEPTEMBER 27, 2014 at 7:30 PM. Prices on page 17. 1st Choice

x $

= $

x $

= $

2nd Choice MESSIAH TUES., DECEMBER 2, 2014 at 7:30 PM. Prices on page 17. 1st Choice 2nd Choice VON TRAPP FAMILY CHRISTMAS THUR., DECEMBER 4, 2014 at 7:30 PM. Prices on page 17. 1st Choice

x $

= $

2nd Choice SWINGIN' NEW YEARS EVE WED., DECEMBER 31, 2014 at 7:30 PM. Prices on page 17. 1st Choice

x $

= $

GALA: LANG LANG SAT., FEBRUARY 28, 2015 at 7:00 PM. Prices on page 17. 1st Choice

x $

= $

2nd Choice YOUR GIFT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED

I wish to make a contribution $

All programs, artists and dates subject to change.

Handling fee $ TOTAL $

10.00


FORT WORTH, TX PERMIT #2506

PA I D

NON PROFIT ORG. U . S . P O S TA G E

2014 2015 Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Season Brochure  

Come celebrate the Maestro's fifteenth season as Music Director of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.

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