dear santa kalmar:

the beaver already has two front teeth (and quite sizable ones at that), so all its askin’ for this christmas is just one teensy, weensy request for the 2011/12 classical season.  [btw, alt program title of “Glass! Handel with LvB” (too edgy?)  okay, lmk, thanks – cb]

Stephen Hough Plays Beethoven

         
          Carlos Kalmar, conductor
          Stephen Hough, piano
 
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL – Ombra Mai Fù (Largo) from Xerces
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN – Concerto No. 4 in G Major for Piano and Orchestra
          Allegro moderato
          Andante con moto
          Rondo (Vivace)
               Stephen Hough, piano

          INTERMISSION

PHILIP GLASS – Symphony No. 4, “Heroes”
          Heroes
          Abdulmajid
          Sense of Doubt
          Sons of the Silent Age
          Neukoln
          V2 Schneider
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3 Responses to “dear santa kalmar:”


  1. 1 Wayne Carlon December 27, 2010 at 8:42 pm

    Dear Santa Kalmar,
    In the next three seasons, please include more large CHORAL works. I would suggest the Verdi Requiem, Mass by Bernstein, and Mahler 8th Symphony. I am sure you would have sell-out crouds for all 3 concerts.

    • 2 classicalbeaver December 29, 2010 at 6:55 pm

      i hear you wayne – feel like i got cheated a bit this season as a subscriber just getting to hear the chamber choir for handel’s messiah. thanks for mentioning mahler 8… now i’ve got to change my shorts.

  2. 3 Alicia January 6, 2011 at 10:25 am

    VERY cool program idea, CB!
    I got your back.
    And also, in case Santa reads this, I’d like to make a shout out to my favorite piece of all time (includes chorus!): Prokofiev’s Alexander Nevsky!!!!!!!


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