Danubia highlights music from cultures of Central Europe including Austrian, Czech and Romanian. The concert opens with the George Enescu’s Romanian Rhapsody No. 2 in D major composed in 1901. This is a one movement introspective work on a grand scale that employs themes from Romanian music tradition which the composer treats in a rhapsodic symphonic manner almost like a through-composed piece with an improvised feel.
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Our upcoming concert Magic Mountain features the acclaimed pianist Andrew Tyson playing Grieg’s popular Piano Concerto in A minor; Night on Bald Mountain by Russian composer Mussorgsky and the great Johannes Brahms’ towering Symphony No 1 in C minor.