BEETHOVEN & MOZART
Friday, March 2, 2018
Doors 6:15pm, Pre-Concert Discussion 6:30pm, Concert 7:30pm
Amaral Center at the Fairgrounds
Tickets: $10/Student, $35/Top Tier, $55/Front Tier, $75/Table Seating
Dmitry Sitkovetsky, conductor and violin
Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera
MOZART Violin Concerto No. 5
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 8
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Join us for a Pre-Concert Discussion with Pete Nowlen, MIM Artistic Director
6:30pm in the Lobby at the Amaral Center
The Mozart Effect: Why did Tchaikovsky, the consummate Romantic composer, write a tribute piece to Mozart – the pinnacle of of the Classic era? Mozart’s influence reaches through Beethoven even to today and the music of Arvo Pärt. Pete ponders Mozart’s long shadow.
Dmitry Sitkovetsky is an artist whose creativity defies categorizing. He has built up an active and successful career as a violinist, conductor, arranger, chamber musician and festival director. Sitkovetsky has performed as soloist with a number of the worlds leading orchestras including the Berlin, New York and LA Philharmonic Orchestras, Leipzig Gewandhaus, London Philharmonia, London Symphony, NHK, Chicago, Philadelphia and Cleveland orchestras. He has performed at a number of high-profile festivals including Salzburg, Lucerne, Edinburgh and Verbier.