Join Thalia Symphony Orchestra on Sunday afternoon, February 5, at 2pm for a concert brimming with Love:
Caroline Shaw’s Entr’acte for strings is lush and mysterious and endlessly creative. Shaw was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Music in 2013 for her piece Partita for 8 Voices.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote his 41st and last symphony in 1788, just three years before his death at age 35. Early on it was named the Jupiter Symphony, probably by the impresario Johann Salomon, for its majestic scope- from the opening ‘thunderbolts’ to the intricate and clever finale.
The concert will also feature the premiere of Three Places in America by Music Director Joseph Pollard White, a piece described as “A set of ‘postcards’ that try to express some of the unique feelings evoked at three locations across America.”
About Thalia Symphony Orchestra
Founded in 1949, Thalia Symphony is one of Seattle’s oldest community-based performing arts organizations. Joseph Pollard White has served as Music Director since 2017.
Presented by Thalia Symphony Orchestra.
If you have questions about the event, please contact Thalia directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (206) 372-5046.