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University Philharmonia Orchestra

University Philharmonia Orchestra University Philharmonia Orchestra
Oriol Sans, conductor

Pre-concert lecture at 7:15PM in the lower lobby

The University Philharmonia Orchestra will conclude the year with an exhibition of Spanish flair: Manuel de Falla’s first suite from Three Cornered Hat, a comic ballet premiered in London in 1919 with set designs by Pablo Picasso, and Maurice Ravel’s Rapsodie Espagnole, an orchestral work that exudes in every turn the composer’s quasi-hedonistic attraction for Spain. The concert will begin with Cesar Franck's Symphony in D, his pinnacle orchestral achievement. Tragically, its masterful combination of French and German musical styles at the outset of the Franco-Prussian war lead to its unjust exclusion from the canon.

PROGRAM: Franck- Symphony in D; Falla- Suite no. 1 from Three Cornered Hat; Ravel- Rapsodie Espagnole
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  • Free - no tickets required

When and Where

Map Hill Auditorium

April 2018


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