Symphony Joslyn

Transfigured Night

Joslyn Art Museum - Sunday, September 29

The Omaha Symphony brass and percussion sections herald you into the new season with Tomasi’s Fanfares Liturgiques, based on the Don Juan mythology. Schoenberg’s lush, hyper-romantic Transfigured Night uses a full ensemble of strings to bring poetry to life before Ravel’s delightful Tombeau de Couperin uses lighthearted melodies and supreme wind writing to evoke beloved companions lost in World War I. A concert feature for every member of the Omaha Symphony - “Look, how brightly the universe shines!”

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