BCSO with Patrice Rushen and Daniel Bernard Roumain
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Under the direction of faculty member Francisco Noya, the Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra performs at Jordan Hall for the first time. The concert will feature two guest artists—pianist Patrice Rushen and violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain—and the work of several award-winning student musicians.
The program includes performances of works written by the winners of Berklee's Concerto Competition—Sonya Belousova, performing the finale of Shchedrin's Piano Concerto No. 1, and saxophonist Alexey Sokolov, performing the Glazunov Saxophone Concerto. In addition, Composition Competition winner Arturo Cardelus will premiere a movement of his Piano Concerto. Selections from Michael Daugherty's Metropolis Symphony will round out this showcase.
The concert is free and open to the public. Jordan Hall is located at New England Conservatory, 30 Gainsborough Street, in Boston.
The concert is being held thanks to the support of Katie and Paul Buttenwieser.