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November 10 and 11
The JSO’s ’18-’19 season will open with “Symphonic Songs,” a thrilling concert featuring orchestral masterworks inspired by folk songs and operas. Guest conductor Dr. Dwayne Corbin will lead the JSO in selections from one of the most beloved operas of all time, Bizet’s Carmen. Dvorak’s folk-song-inspired Eighth Symphony will anchor the concert, and Veteran’s Day will be honored with a performance of a beautiful rendition of America the Beautiful. Perhaps most exciting for our audience will be the return of Juneau violinist Lisa Ibias as our featured concerto soloist, performing works by Saint-Saëns and Arvo Pärt. Come hear all the instruments of the orchestra sing beautifully in our season opening show!
January 26 and 27
Join guest conductor Tigran Arakelyan and the Juneau Symphony as we explore the great Russian Romantics. The program features Capriccio Espagnol, the work of master orchestrator Rimsky-Korasakov and Capriccio Italien a piece inspired by Tchaikovsky’s visit to Rome. The Russian composers explore the rhythms and melodies of foreign lands through masterful use of the orchestra. Young and talented flutist Reece Bleakley will join the symphony in a performance of Boccherini’s beautiful flute concerto. The program will conclude with Alexander Borodin’s energetic and impassioned Second Symphony.
Psalms and Fanfares
April 6 and 7
JSO’s April concert will wake us from Winter’s slumber with Psalms and Fanfares. Guest conductor William Todd Hunt conducts the Juneau Symphony Orchestra and the Juneau Symphony Chorus across a landscape of emotions from the desperation of defeat to the fanfare of triumph. Program highlights include monumental sound from a large orchestra and the biggest brass section ever to appear with JSO, enchanting soloists, and the world premiere of a piece inspired by the Shrine of St Therese, commissioned by Mr. Hunt. Join our community celebration of the return of Spring with this exciting program.
Boston Pops Salute
June 8 and 9
This concert is a tribute to the legendary Boston Pops conductor Arthur Fiedler. From the dancelike sounds of Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances, to the electrifying music of John Williams and Leonard Bernstein, guest conductor Yaniv Attar will take you on an incredible journey you will never forget. The heart of the concert will feature Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue with brilliant pianist Jessica Choe, who will mesmerize you with her virtuosic playing.