#ClassicsaDay #FallConcert Week 1

What’s on the program for your local performing arts organization? The Classics a Day team wants to know! For the month of September, you’re invited to post a work that your local symphony, chamber music ensemble, or choral society will be performing this fall.

There’s a lot of great music-making going on. Let’s share it all!

I live in Central Virginia, so my posts showcase concerts in that area. I was pleasantly surprised at the variety and imagination of the programming. (I hope you will be, too.) Here are my posts for the first week of #FallConcert

09/05/22 Ina Boyle: Violin Concerto

The Albermarle Symphony Orchestra (Charlottesville, VA) will perform this work on Nov. 19. Wanchi, Professor of Violin at James Madison University is the violin soloist.


9/06/22 Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra in F major

The Charlottesville Symphony performs this work on September 24. Elizabeth Roberts, the symphony’s principal bassoonist, will be the soloist.

09/07/22 Cesar Franck: Le chasseur maudit

The Waynesboro Symphony Orchestra (Waynesboro, VA) is performing this on October 1. It’s in celebration of Franck’s bicentennial.


09/08/22 Caroline Shaw: Thousandth Orange

This is on the opening program for the Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival. It will be performed tonight!


09/09/22 Missy Mazzoli: Sinfonia (for orbiting spheres)

The Charlottesville Symphony Orchestra opens its season with this work on September 24. The orchestra is comprised of University of Virginia music faculty and students, and community members.

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