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2011-12 83rd Season

George Hanson Music Director & Conductor

Doc Severinsen

Midori

January 14

February 11

Bill Ganz Live & Let Die Cirque de la Western Band The Music of Paul McCartney Symphonie

Stefan Jackiw

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April 13 & 15

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It’s always exciting, if somewhat challenging, to start with a fresh canvas when setting out to plan a new season. Looking back when the process is finished, it can be gratifying to see how artists, repertoire and ideas — some new and some that have been on our minds for a while — come together to form the next season for the TSO.

We’ve hoped to invite Midori to perform with us for some time now, and what better way to have her debut with the orchestra than in what is sure to be a magnificent performance of the Brahms Violin Concerto? Doc Severinsen and the Classical Mystery Tour guys are old TSO friends and their new shows are must-haves. The TSO has become friends with Fabio Bidini, Cirque de la Symphonie and the Bill Ganz Western Band over the past few seasons and the overwhelming response from patrons demanded encores. As soon as I conducted a performance featuring the TSO Young Artists Competition winner Ilia Uliatnitsky, I wanted to work with him again. Judging from the international acclaim, this young man has quite a career ahead of him — as does our other young artist this season, violinist Stefan Jackiw. The state of Arizona turns 100 in February 2012 (the TSO has been around for 83 of ‘em) and we invited the world’s premier performer of the Native American flute, R. Carlos Nakai, to the party. Of course the occasion calls for a performance of the Grand Canyon Suite, enhanced with a James Westwater “video concerto” featuring new perspectives of the Grand Canyon plus other Arizona highlights such as the Painted Desert, Havasu Falls and Saguaro National Park. This season, you’ll also listen to favorites such as Rachmaninoff’s Variations on a Theme of Paganini, Barber’s Adagio for Strings, Dvoˇrák’s New World Symphony, Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5, Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring and the TSO premiere of Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis, reminding us all that with such a vast palate, creating a mural of sound isn’t so hard after all!

AND EL RITMO DE LA VIDA

George Hanson, conductor Guest soloists

George Hanson, conductor

TSO Chorus, Bruce Chamberlain, director One of the most popular works in choral literature, The TSO Chorus’ performance of Handel’s Messiah has become a family tradition in Tucson. Treat yourself and your loved ones to the joy of the awe-inspiring Hallelujah Chorus this holiday season.

George Hanson, conductor Midori, violin

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December 10 8:00 pm

December 11 2:00 pm

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Saturday, January 14 7:30 pm

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February 11

March 10

8:00 pm

Gypsy Baron Overture Rumanian Rhapsody No. 2 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 Violin Concerto

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After making her debut with the New York Philharmonic as an 11-year old prodigy, Midori is now recognized for the evolution and scope of her 28-year career as a dazzlingly gifted performer. In her TSO debut, the world-renowned violinist will perform Brahms’ beautiful Violin Concerto shimmering with expression. Midori’s performance will cap an evening of jubilant music with a gypsy theme including Johann Strauss, Jr.’s lighthearted Gypsy Baron Overture, George Enescu’s popular Romanian Rhapsody No. 2 and Liszt’s lush Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.

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A funny thing happened to Doc Severinsen on his way to retirement. He moved to Mexico, met some jazz musicians playing in a café and created a new show with the ensemble, El Ritmo de la Vida (the Rhythm of Life). Boasting a blend of traditional Mexican music, Argentine tango, Spanish flamenco and gypsy, you’ll hear music by Astor Piazzolla, gypsy jazz in the style of the great Django Reinhardt, plenty of guitar and violin and Doc’s trademark trumpet. “If this is retirement, I can recommend it highly!” says Doc.

TRIBUTE TO THE MUSIC OF PAUL MCCARTNEY Martin Herman, guest conductor Live and Let Die combines the power of the golden era of pop music with the TSO Pops! to bring a delightful concert experience for Beatles and Paul McCartney fans of all ages. Tony Kishman, with his uncanny resemblance both visually and vocally to the beloved Beatle, is regarded by Beatle connoisseurs as the world’s best McCartney look and

sound-alike. He is joined by Classical Mystery Tour collaborators Jim Owen, Chris Camilleri and conductor Martin Herman for a hitpacked show including “Band on the Run,” “Lady Madonna,” “Silly Love Songs,” “When I’m Sixty-Four,” “The Long and Winding Road” and “Yesterday.”

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October 14 & 16

Fantastique Opening George Hanson, conductor Fabio Bidini, piano

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January 13 & 15

George Hanson, conductor Aaron Boyd, violin Adagio for Strings

Une Certaine Joie de vivre

BERNSTEIN

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Serenade (After Plato’s “Symposium”)

Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini

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Italian star Fabio Bidini returns to open the season with Rachmaninoff’s melodic and much-loved Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Finish the evening with the mesmerizing Berlioz Symphonie fantastique, his most famous work and one sure to make Opening Night very memorable.

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TSO Concertmaster Aaron Boyd is soloist on Bernstein’s eclectic, introspective Serenade (After Plato’s “Symposium”). Barber’s haunting and poetic Adagio for Strings opens the program which concludes with Dvoˇrák’s masterpiece, the Symphony No. 9, “From the New World,” his homage to America.

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December 2 & 4

Mozart and Prokofiev George Hanson, conductor

MOZART

Symphony No. 39

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Symphony No. 5

Mozart’s glowing Symphony No. 39, the first of his final musical triptych, cheers the listener with its novel, melodious use of the wind section while Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5, one of his most performed works, follows with the rousing, exciting optimism of humanity over tyranny.

The Rite of Spring George Hanson, conductor Ilia Ulianitsky, piano

BEETHOVEN

Overture to Fidelio

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Piano Concerto No.4

STRAVINSKY

The Rite of Spring

Beethoven’s bright and forceful Fidelio Overture sets the stage for his masterpiece, the Piano Concerto No. 4: graceful and imbued with serenity, yet energetic. Performed by international award-winning pianist Ilia Ulianitsky, a TSO Young Artists Competition winner in 2010. In perfect contrast, Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring presents primal rhythms, imaginative dissonance and stirring themes which literally caused a riot at its premiere in Paris almost 100 years ago.

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Arizona Centennial Celebration George Hanson, conductor R. Carlos Nakai, Native American flute

COPLAND COPLAND DEMARS GROFÉ MÁRQUEZ

Fanfare for the Common Man Lincoln Portrait Desert Solitude Grand Canyon Suite Danzón No. 2

The TSO celebrates the 100th anniversary of Arizona statehood with a program of music, dance, spoken word and a performance by the world’s premier performer of the Native American flute, R. Carlos Nakai. Take a musical tour of our most renowned Arizona feature – Grofé’s exceptionally popular Grand Canyon Suite – and be inspired by a President’s Day observance with a narration of Copland’s Lincoln’s Portrait. The celebration begins with Copland’s stirring Fanfare for the Common Man and concludes with the Latin flavor of Márquez’s beguiling Danzón No. 2. All performed by Arizona’s first and longest continuously performing professional arts organization.

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Missa Solemnis George Hanson, conductor TSO Chorus, Bruce Chamberlain, director Katie Van Kooten, Soprano Susanne Mentzer, Mezzo-soprano Roger Honeywell, Tenor Raymond Aceto, Bass

BEETHOVEN

Missa Solemnis

Compared in its form and greatness with Bach’s Mass in B-minor, Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis has inspired listeners for almost 200 years. Listen to one of today’s foremost mezzo-sopranos, Susanne Mentzer, soprano Katie Van Kooten, tenor Roger Honeywell, bass Raymond Aceto and the TSO Chorus perform Beethoven’s supreme achievement.

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April 13 & 15

Russian Masters Lior Shambadal, guest conductor Stefan Jackiw, violin

LESHNOFF PROKOFIEV TCHAIKOVSKY

Starburst Violin Concerto No. 2 Symphony No. 4

“Talent that’s off the scale” is how the Washington Post describes 26-year old violinist Stefan Jackiw. Already hailed as one of his generation’s most significant artists, he makes his TSO debut performing the Romantic Russian melodies of Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 2. The program begins with the complex and lustrous work of Jonathan Leshnoff’s Starburst, premiered last year to rave reviews by the Baltimore Symphony, and concludes with Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 with its dramatic, fateful music filled with Russian folk tunes. Israeli Lior Shambadal makes his TSO debut as guest conductor.

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Saturdays, 7:30 pm Sundays, 2:00 pm Tucson Music Hall

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Michael Hall, guest conductor

George Hanson, conductor Bill Ganz Western Band

Tucson Regional Ballet, Linda Walker and Jeffrey Graham Hughes, directors Mariachi Aztlan de Pueblo High School, John Contreras, director Special Guests Music, dance, mariachis, sing-alongs and the TSO Carolers are guaranteed to put you in the holiday spirit! Michael Hall returns to conduct a program of cherished holiday favorites including selections from A Southwest Nutcracker. The holiday extravaganza Tucsonans love!

When the TSO Pops! and the Bill Ganz Western Band first teamed up in 2010 to pay tribute to the golden age of the singing cowboy, performing songs inspired by Southern Arizona, it was an artistic triumph and box office hit. Now they’re back with another program of music from our Southwest heritage enhanced with beautiful orchestrations including “Ridin’ Down the Canyon” inspired by Oak Creek Canyon near Sedona and “Nightrider’s Lament” penned near Sonoita. Favorite classic Western movie music – symphony style – completes this celebration of America’s West.

Saturdays, 8:00 pm Sundays, 2:00 pm Catalina Foothills High School JS BACH CPE BACH VILLA-LOBOS THEOFANIDIS JS BACH

Air on the G String Symphony No. 1 (W.182/1) Bachianas brasileiras No. 9 Muse for Strings and Harpsichord Brandenburg Concerto No. 6

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George Hanson, conductor

Bob Bernhardt, guest conductor Stephanie J. Block & Julia Murney, guest vocalists Bad girls of musical theater! A concert of Diva showstoppers starring the Elphabas from the Broadway production of Wicked featuring selections from Wicked, Gypsy, Ragtime, Titanic, Carmen, Chicago and Phantom of the Opera plus I Hear a Symphony: The Symphonic Sounds of Diana Ross! Created in conjunction with the New York Pops Music Director Steven Reineke.

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The best-selling program in the history of the TSO Pops! series returns by popular demand! Welcome back your favorite aerial flyers, acrobats, contortionists, dancers, jugglers, balancers, and strongmen from Cirque de la Symphonie, some of the most accomplished veterans of exceptional cirque programs from around the world. They include world record holders, gold-medal winners, Olympians and some of the most original talent seen anywhere. A three dimensional entertainment extravaganza with George Hanson conducting the TSO Pops! in music by Tchaikovsky, Khachaturian, Bach, Bizet and John Williams. The Magic of Cirque at the Music Hall!

George Hanson, conductor Stephen Seifert, mountain dulcimer

George Hanson, conductor Mark Votapek, cello TCHAIKOVSKY Pas de Deux from Sleeping Beauty (arr. Stravinsky) TCHAIKOVSKY Variations on a Rococo Theme

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Three Places in New England

COPLAND Three Latin-American Sketches COPLAND Quiet City ELLISOR

Concerto (World Premiere)

George Hanson, conductor Laura Stoutenborough, clarinet

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Last season the TSO reached more than 30,000 students from pre-school to high school throughout Southern Arizona with its nationally recognized, award-winning education programs.

Tucson Symphony Orchestra gratefully acknowledges our sponsors.

Music in the Schools

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TSO chamber ensemble performances in schools across Southern Arizona plus a full orchestra concert at Tucson Music Hall for 3rd to 5th graders.

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Young People’s Concerts Tanque Verde Guest Ranch • Wind Quintet • Flute Viola Harp Trio

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More than 13,200 Southern Arizona students, grades 3 – 8 attend full orchestra concerts at Tucson Music Hall.

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KinderKonzerts!

More than 3,400 K – 2 students and teachers attend orchestra performances focused on literacy with musical enactments of popular children’s books.

Six interactive ensemble concerts designed to dazzle young children with their first taste of classical music. Filled with storytelling and a front row seat experience, these programs give families a fun learning experience to be enjoyed together.

Making Music Mine Arizona Inn – New Year’s Eve • TSO soloists • Ensembles • SwingN’ the New Jazz Ensemble

TSO’s year-long curriculum, an inquiry-based strategy, is employed by classroom teachers to develop student creativity and cognitive skills as they explore the world of music.

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