Haydn, Wolf and Mozart
Two Classical era masterpieces supplement the world premiere of Adam Wolf’s French Horn Concerto performed by Principal French Horn of the Omaha Symphony Brett Hodge.
HAYDN Symphony No. 94, “Surprise”
ADAM WOLF: Concerto for Horn, Orchestra and Electronics (World Premiere)
MOZART: Symphony No. 41, “Jupiter”
Our Symphony Joslyn Series at the University of Nebraska at Omaha opens with a world premiere Concerto for Horn, Orchestra and Electronics by Adam Wolf performed by Principal French Horn of the Omaha Symphony, Brett Hodge. With a nod to the Classical era, the program also includes Haydn’s timeless Symphony No. 94, “Surprise,” which is sure to leave you astounded, and Mozart’s Symphony No. 41, “Jupiter,” characterized by its joyful and memorable melodies that you can hum all the way home.
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