DSO Bartok Watch Party
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Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra

Bartók Watch Party

concerto for orchestra
October 14

Join the DSO in this rerun of their performance of Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra.

Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra

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Last season's DSO watch party was so popular that we've scheduled a return with Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra. Join conductor Filippo Ciabatti for the performance and for his conversation with Dartmouth Music Professor Ted Levin and Hopkins Center Director Mary Lou Aleskie.

Bartók completed Concerto for Orchestra in 1943, and the piece first premiered in Boston Symphony Hall the next year. The work takes elements of both Western art music and Hungarian folk music, combining them in new and interesting ways. 

Funded in part by the Roesch Family Fund in support of Instrumental Ensembles and by gifts from Friends of the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra.

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Photo: Ben DeFlorio

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