Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra with Amit Peled, Cello
Presented By Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra

Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra

Masterworks II

Amit Peled, Cello

Fri, Jan 15, 2021

Capitol Theater

Due to circumstances beyond Overture Center’s and the producer’s control, this production’s engagements are cancelled. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. Please contact the Overture Center Ticket Office via phone: (608) 258-4143 or email: tickets@overture.org with any refund questions or concerns.

Cancelled

Running Time:

1 hour 30 minutes

Notices:

Ages 6 and up

Add to Calendar 01/15/2021 07:30 PM 01/15/2021 9:00 PM America/Chicago Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra with Amit Peled, Cello Cellist Amit Peled is an audience favorite, proven to be a big player with a big sound and a big heart. He performs two works, the rarely performed concerto by Kabalevsky which requires some muscle, and Offenbach’s Andante. I heard Offenbach’s Andante on the radio, didn’t recognize it and was enthralled. It’s soulful and Romantic, showing a serious side to this composer otherwise known for writing the Can-Can. Capitol Theater, Overture Center for the Arts info@overture.org false MM/DD/YYYY


REPERTOIRE

Christopher Blake | Night Journey to Pawarenga
Dmitry Kabalevsky | Cello Concerto No. 1
Antonin Dvorak | Serenade in D minor
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Symphony No. 34


DIRECTOR’S NOTES

Cellist Amit Peled is an audience favorite, proven to be a big player with a big sound and a big heart. He performs two works, the rarely performed concerto by Kabalevsky which requires some muscle, and Offenbach’s Andante. I heard Offenbach’s Andante on the radio, didn’t recognize it and was enthralled. It’s soulful and Romantic, showing a serious side to this composer otherwise known for writing the Can-Can.

In Dvorak’s Serenade for winds and Christopher Blake’s Pawarenga for strings, we hear both sections shine, concluding with Mozart’s Symphony No. 34 in C major.

Dvorak’s Wind Serenade is a grand work without violins or violas, just cellos, basses, and woodwinds, and consequently unusual to program. Since the strings are engaged with the Blake piece, it gives plenty for the winds to do, and as such, makes a great pairing. Finally, Mozart’s Symphony No. 34 is a shorter symphony of only three movements, aligning this rather diverse repertoire combination onto familiar ground.

- Andrew Sewell, WCO Music Director


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