The Bartlesville Symphony November performance showcases the “three B’s” of classical music Brahms, Bach, and Beethoven

The Bartlesville Symphony November performance showcases the “three B’s” of classical music Brahms, Bach, and Beethoven. This is the first time the Symphony has performed all three composters in one show.  Works will include Brahms’ Symphony No. 2 and William Walton’s arrangement of music by Bach, for the ballet “The Wise Virgins.”

The symphony’s special guest artist, Sara Davis Buechner, will perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No 1.  Ms. Buechner is noted for her musical command, cosmopolitan artistry, and visionary independence.  Ms. Buechner has earned top prizes at the world’s premiere international piano competitions — Queen Elisabeth (Brussels), Leeds, Mozart (Salzburg), Beethoven (Vienna), and Sydney. She is a frequent soloist for many orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony and Philadelphia Orchestra; and in venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center and the Hollywood Bowl.

The concert is Saturday, November 18, 2017, 7:30 pm at the Bartlesville Community Center.  Tickets are on sale at the BCC box office, calling 918-336-2787 or by visiting: http://www.bartlesvillesymphony.org/.

About the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra

Performing under the leadership of Maestro Lauren Green, the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra is celebrating the 60th Diamond Anniversary Season.  Established in 1957, the BSO provides cultural enrichment, music education, and performing arts appreciation for Bartlesville and surrounding communities. The BSO is a professional/community orchestra consisting of professional, student, and volunteer musicians. For season concert tickets or general information please contact the BSO office (918) 336-7717 or visit www.bsook.org.

 

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