New Haven Symphony’s 2014-15 season

Posted on: April 18, 2014

The New Haven Symphony Orchestra has announced nine programs for its 2014-15 season, which will open on October 2 at New Haven’s Woolsey Hall with Music Director William Boughton leading Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, Strauss’s Don Juan, and Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 1 with soloist Yevgeny Kutik. Also planned for the season are an all-American program at the Shubert Theater featuring twelve-year-old pianist and composer Emily Bear; Christopher Theofanidis’s Virtue, an NHSO co-commission with Virginia’s Fairfax Symphony Orchestra and the Adrian Symphony in Michigan; Puccini’s short opera Suor Angelica, performed with the Yale Opera; Handel’s Messiah with the Christ Church Choir and soloists; and Ansel Adams: A Tribute, by NHSO Artist-in-Residence Chris Brubeck. Also announced by the NHSO is a June 2014 concert on the New Haven Green with jazz singer Dianne Reeves, in collaboration with New Haven’s International Festival of Arts & Ideas.

Posted April 18, 2014