The first orchestral program conducted by Principal Conductor Jun Märkl features well-known pieces originating from various parts of central Europe. "A Midsummer Night"s Dream," widely known for its Wedding March; Mahler"s famous work Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen ("Songs of the Wayfarer"); and Dvořák"s Slavic-tinged Symphony No. 7, whose popularity rivals that of his Symphony No. 9 "From the New World." Tomo Matsubara, whose energetic performances with various orchestras in Europe and Japan are ongoing, will give a highly anticipated performance as soloist.
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July 19 (Sun), 2015
14:00 (doors open at 13:30)
A Midsummer Night"s Dream Op. 61
Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen*
Wenn mein Schatz Hochzeit macht
Ging heut" morgens übers Feld
Ich hab" ein glühend Messer
Die zwei blauen Augen
- Intermision -
Symphony No. 7 in d minor Op. 70**
(Students: 1,000 discount on all seats)
Program and artists are subject to change.
Pacific Music Festival Organizing Committee
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