Pensacola Symphony Presents: Beethoven and Blue Jeans
Saturday, January 15, 2022
BEETHOVEN - Symphony No. 1
PICKER - Old and Lost Rivers
BARBER - Knoxville: Summer of 1915
Halley Gilbert, Soprano
WALKER - Lyric for Strings
BERNSTEIN - Symphonic Suite from On the Waterfront
Whether you dress up or dress down, join us for this annual celebration of Beethoven, anchored by the composer’s First Symphony. We will also explore the pairing of music with poetry and verse in a program curated in partnership with Northwest Florida’s former Poet Laureate. Poets Jamey Jones and Charles McCaskill will read their poems aloud as the orchestra performs musical selections from George Walker and Tobias Picker. Soprano Halley Gilbert will perform Knoxville: Summer of 1915 with prose by James Agee set to the music of Samuel Barber. Selections from Leonard Bernstein’s evocative On the Waterfront complement the program.
The Pensacola Symphony Orchestra continues to monitor current CDC guidance. At this time, patrons, regardless of vaccination status, will be expected to wear a face covering for the entirety of their time in the building. For a full list of the most up-to-date protocols, visit PensacolaSymphony.com/health.
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