Masterworks 1: A Place Called Home
September 16 - September 17
James Lowe, conductor
Derrick Parker, bass-baritone
Sulustu (Barry Moses), singer
What does “home” mean for us? The music performed this weekend explores what it means to feel a sense of belonging — or not — from the homesickness of the immigrant Dvorák to a Salish Language hymn via Copland’s boisterous Americana.
Má vlast, No. 2, The Moldau
Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate
Old American Songs (Set I)
Traditional Salish Hymn, arr. William Harvey
Chaconne on č̓ ʔanwí
Symphony No. 9 in E minor, “From the New World,” Op.95, B.178
Masterworks & Mimosas: Get a behind-the-scenes look at how the symphony perfects their work in the final moments with James at the dress rehearsal. Masterworks & Mimosas lets you be a part of the inner workings of the orchestra while enjoying a mimosas, coffee, and gourmet pastries. Join us at 10am on Saturday, May 13th.
You can also subscribe to all 6 Masterworks and Mimosas for only $156.
LoweDown: On Thursday, September 14 at Noon, Music Director James Lowe gives you the “LoweDown” on the music. It’s a free, fascinating, and light-hearted talk about the music. Held at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (MAC).
SATURDAY DOORS 6PM | PRECONCERT LECTURE 6:30PM | SHOW 7:30PM
SUNDAY DOORS 1:30PM | PRECONCERT LECTURE 2PM | SHOW 3PM
Health & Safety
As of today’s date, due to state mandate, the following safety protocols will be observed:
Proof of Vaccination or Proof of Negative Covid Test (within 72 hours): Not Required
Face Mask: Not Required
Policies are subject to change
All bags (with the exception of clutches 6 1/2 by 4 1/2 inches) are subject to visual inspection by venue security.
Large bags are not allowed in The Fox, and must be checked in our Coat Check (located in the North Gallery) for the duration of the event.
Programs are subject to change