#ClassicsaDay #FallConcert Week 2

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 second week of #FallConcert

09/12/22 Emilie Mayer: Overture No. 2 in D

The Albermarle Symphony Orchestra (Charlottesville, VA) will perform this work on Nov. 19. Their season opener is a concert of all female composers.


09/13/22 Camille Saint-Saens: Cello Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 33

This is the featured work for the Waynesboro Symphony Orchestra’s (Waynesboro, VA) opening concert. Jennifer Kloetzel, founding member of the Cypress String Quartet is the soloist.

09/14/22 Franz Schubert: Rosamunde Overture

This piece will be featured in the first concert of the Charlottesville Symphony. It takes place on September 24.


09/15/22 Florence Price: Symphony No. 1 in E minor

The Albermarle Symphony will be playing this at their November 19th concert. Unfortunately (IMHO), they’ll only be doing “selected movements.” Still…


09/16/22 John Williams: Elegy for Cello and Orchestra

The Waynesboro Symphony will be playing this at their October 1st concert. Jennifer Kloetzel is the soloist.

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