Beethoven: The Late Great -- The Finale




Donna L. Kendall Classical Series

The finale to the Society’s multi-season Beethoven: The Late Great celebration showcases the U.S. West Coast premiere of a new commissioned work by Mark-Anthony Turnage, entitled Frieze. Turnage’s Frieze takes its name from the Beethoven Frieze, a painting by Gustav Klimt inspired by Beethoven’s iconic Ninth Symphony, which will also be performed as part of the evening’s program.

Dean Corey’s final concert as President and Artistic Director of the Philharmonic Society is a collective celebration of Orange County, bringing in the Orange County Youth Symphony Orchestra, piano soloist Marc Yu, and choirs from UC Irvine and Chapman University.

Additional sponsors: Joann Leatherby & Greg Bates | Drs. Adeline and Robert Mah | Anonymous



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Artists



Daniel Alfred Wachs, conductor
Orange County Youth Symphony Orchestra
The Chapman Orchestra
Chapman University Choir and University Singers
UCI Choirs
Marc Yu, piano
Jessica Rivera, soprano
Renee Tatum, mezzo-soprano
Nicholas Phan, tenor
Craig Colclough, bass

Program



TURNAGE: Frieze (U.S. West Coast premiere)
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 1 (first movement)
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125

Pre-Concert Lecture



Pre-concert conversation between Dean Corey and John Koshak, 7pm

Multimedia



Alan Gilbert, Music Director on Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 and Anthony Turnage's "Frieze."



At just 9 years of age, Marc Yu performs Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1 with the California Philharmonic at the Ambassador auditorium (Feb. 16, 2008).



Marc Yu plays alongside Lang Lang at Royal Albert Hall, Schubert Fantasia D940.

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