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Coffee Classics

Symphony Hall : Fri 11/3/17 11:00AM - Fri 4/13/18 11:00AM

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Once again, the 2017/18 Coffee Classics program offers five abbreviated programs from the Classical Series. Our 1 hour programs include works by Brahms, Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Mendelssohn. Don't miss out on works by Dvorak, Beethoven and Saint Saens, consider adding a full Classics Sunday package to your order.

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Mozart and Sibelius Friday, November 3, 2017 11:00AM   ·   More Info »


Tito Muñoz, conductor
Karen Sinclair, violin
Mark Deatherage, viola

Tina Tallon: Sear
Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat Major
Sibelius: Symphony No. 1

Be there at Symphony Hall as Tito Muñoz leads The Phoenix Symphony in the First Symphony of Sibelius – a symphonic masterwork of bracing sweep credited with launching the composer’s international career. In a special treat, the orchestra’s husband and wife duo Karen Sinclair and Mark Deatherage feature in Mozart’s richly melodic Sinfonia Concertante. The program opens with Tina Tallon’s Sear – a work that lives up to its name – as The Phoenix Symphony continues to feature the work of promising young American composers.



Brahms First Symphony Friday, January 12, 2018 11:00AM   ·   More Info »


Tito Muñoz, conductor
Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo soprano

Mahler: Adagio from Symphony No. 10
Bernstein: Symphony No. 1, “Jeremiah”
Brahms: Symphony No. 1

Leonard Bernstein once exclaimed, “The work I have been writing all my life is about the struggle that is born of the crisis of our century: a crisis of faith.” With the “Jeremiah” Symphony, Bernstein began a musical exploration of his religious faith that would inspire many of his serious compositions. Johannes Brahms experienced his own crisis while composing his monumental First Symphony – that of escaping the shadow of Beethoven. Experience how these struggles gave way to two modern classics with Tito Muñoz and The Phoenix Symphony.



Brahms and Schumann Friday, February 23, 2018 11:00AM   ·   More Info »


Tito Muñoz, conductor
Friederike Starkloff, violin

Webern: Passacaglia
Schumann: Symphony No. 4
Brahms: Violin Concerto

Each of Brahms’ concertos can be counted among music’s towering masterpieces, and the formidable violin concerto may be the composer’s very finest. Internationally acclaimed violinist Friederike Starkloff (“superb – capricious, feisty and seductive” – Classical Source) debuts with The Phoenix Symphony to perform this exemplary work alongside Robert Schumann’s joyous Fourth Symphony and the romantic Passacaglia from Anton Webern.



Tchaikovsky Fifth Symphony Friday, March 16, 2018 11:00AM   ·   More Info »


Tito Muñoz, conductor
Steven Moeckel, violin

Kenneth Fuchs: New Work (world premiere)
Korngold: Violin Concerto
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5

Tchaikovsky poured his soul into each of his symphonies, expressing passion and pathos as no other composer has. Tito Muñoz leads Tchaikovsky’s searing Fifth Symphony. Plus, Concertmaster Steven Moeckel solos in Korngold’s breathtakingly lyrical Violin Concerto. The program opens with a world premiere from American composer Kenneth Fuchs.



Elgar Cello Concerto Friday, April 13, 2018 11:00AM   ·   More Info »


Tito Muñoz, conductor
István Várdai, cello

Nina Young: Agnosco Veteris
Elgar: Cello Concerto
Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 3, “Scottish”

Hungarian cellist István Várdai debuts with The Phoenix Symphony in Elgar’s rhapsodic Cello Concerto – the composer’s swansong, full of melancholy and farewell. Plus, Mendelssohn’s stirring “Scottish” Symphony – a symphonic souvenir of his visit to the highlands. Tito Muñoz opens the program with Nina Young’s Agnosco Veteris, full of striking contrasts of mood and sonority.



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