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New Jersey Symphony: Yefim Bronfman Plays Rachmaninoff

Friday, 07 October @ 20:00

New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark

$25.00 - $90.00

New Jersey Symphony: Yefim Bronfman Plays Rachmaninoff

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$25.00 - $90.00

Friday, 07 October @ 20:00

New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark

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Jessie Montgomery New Work (New Jersey Symphony Co-Commission) Manhattan-born Jessie Montgomery is one of the most important and in-demand composers today, with over 10 orchestra commissions starting with her dynamic Starburst in 2012. Hear her newest as the New Jersey Symphony kicks off our season of celebration. Copland Appalachian Spring (Complete Ballet) The score of Copland's iconic ballet is quintessential Americana with both celebratory exuberance and somber undertones. The music depicts a newlywed couple's mixed emotions around unity in rural Pennsylvania in the 20th century. Dancers from Nimbus Dance Company add dynamic original choreography to our Newark and Morristown performances. Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 Sergei Rachmaninoff performed this thrilling concerto for the first time in 1909 in New York. Superstar pianist Yefim Bronfman will thrill audiences with his interpretation of one of the most challenging and virtuosic concertos in the repertoire.

Ticket Limit There is an overall 8 ticket limit for this event.

Featuring

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    Yefim Bronfman
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    Xian Zhang
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    New Jersey Symphony

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