This concert is livestream only. In-person tickets for this concert are not available.
Maestro Daniel Raiskin leads the orchestra through an eclectic musical evening showcasing the WSO’s strings, winds and brass sections.
The program begins with brass in the spotlight, and Giovanni Gabrieli’s Canzon septimi No. 2, composed for the majestic St. Mark’s Cathedral in Venice, Italy.
The program then moves to the winds and the Romantic era, with Felix Mendelssohn’s elegant and romantic Nocturno für Bläser, followed by soloists WSO Associate Concertmaster Karl Stobbe and violinist Jeremy Buzash performing Johann Sebastian Bach’s Double Violin Concerto, one of the prolific composer’s most famous works.
The evening culminates with a final ode to the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven, and his Grosse Fuge, arranged entirely for strings in a rarely heard version of this powerful fugue.
Current ticket holders: Your ticket to the concert also includes access to the livestream of the performance on Friday, December 4 at 7:30 pm CST.
You will receive an email the day of the concert with a private link and instructions on how to watch the concert from home. The concert will be available for viewing for approximately 72 hours after the livestream.
Support the WSO by purchasing a livestream ticket to the concert for $25.
Once purchased, you will receive an email the day of the concert with an exclusive link to watch the livestream.
Tickets for the recording are available for purchase until Dec. 6 at 3:00 pm CST. For orders after the first livestream, the link will be included in your order confirmation.
The concert will be available for viewing for approximately 72 hours after the first livestream.