Two of the most well-known composers of the Classical Period are featured by Maestro Olivier Ochanine and the Sun Symphony Orchestra. Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 100 “Military” and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2 will have listeners at the edge of their seat.
A night of chamber music will be performed by the string players of the Sun Symphony Orchestra. Brahms String Quartet No. 2 in A minor and Dvorak’s String Quintet add a Slavic flavor to the Bohemian evening. Come share in the spirit these two master composers.
The mystical sounds of the night come to awaken the senses in this evening’s concert. Mozart’s Serenade for Winds in C minor is defiantly dark in character while Schoenberg’s Verklarte Nacht introduces you to a world that many have not been to before. When night has fallen anything can happen.
An evening of rhythm and brass will have you tapping your toes. Let the members of the Sun Symphony Orchestra’s Brass and Percussion sections introduce you to the sights sounds of their glorious instruments. This is a concert that can be enjoyed by all!
The Beethoven Septet in Eb Major, op.20 was one of the composer’s most popular works during his lifetime. Composed when he was only 30 years old it is written for a mixed ensemble of strings and woodwinds. Come hear members of the SSO perform this famous work that had followed Beethoven throughout his lifetime.
Everyone likes a good surprise especially if it is created with style and elegance. Mozart’s Musical Joke and Haydn’s Symphony No. 94 in G Major definitely do not disappoint. The Sun Symphony Orchestra presents works that had audiences jumping out of yours seats. Come hear the fun!
On occasion we like to have musicians of the Sun Symphony Orchestra as our featured soloists. Works to be performed include Rimsky Korsakov’s Concerto for Trombone, Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto and the Concertino for Flute by Chaminade. Join us as we listen to SSO’s talented family.
The German composer Johann Sebastian Bach is considered to be the best composer of the Baroque Period and one of the most important figures in Classical Music. Bach’s beautiful Concerto for two Violins is a musical metaphor for man’s struggles while the Brandenburg Concertos are a gesture of wondrous virtuosity. Come listen and feel the love.